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Lancaster city police

BURGLARY

LANCASTER: A person broke into Cisco’s Pavilion at Long’s Park, 1401 Harrisburg Avenue, on May 30 or 31. The pavilion was damaged, and cash was taken from the register.

LANCASTER: Diamantoni Family Practice, 440 W. Chestnut St., was burglarized sometime May 24 to 28, according to police. A nurse reported she arrived May 28 to pry marks on the rear door. Cabinets, desk drawers and files were open. Cash and two Social Security cards that had been left behind by patients were missing as well as a partially-used prescription pad, police said.

DRUG CHARGES

LANCASTER: Carlos Jamie Burogs, 29, of the 900 block of South Duke Street, was charged with possession of heroin and drug paraphernalia after a traffic stop June 4 at South Lime and Dauphin streets, police said.

ROBBERY

LANCASTER: Wandy Germain, 19, of the 100 block of Turnbridge Drive, was charged with robbery, criminal conspiracy and two counts of simple assault after he and six other males reportedly tried May 29 to rob Turkey Hill, 520 Hershey Avenue, police said.

THEFT CHARGES

LANCASTER: Marisa Taylor, 28, of Red Lion, was charged with retail theft after hiding items in her purse June 5 at FYE at Park City Center, police said.

LANCASTER: Patricia J. Dunbore, 54, of the 1600 block of Oak Lane, was charged with retail theft and public drunkenness after being seen taking items without paying June 2 from A Plus, 111 W. Orange St., police said.

LANCASTER: Monica Rachelle Green, 43, of the 100 block of East Market Street, was charged with taking cash from a purse June 2 in the first block of East James Street, police said.

LANCASTER: Debron McCain, 21, of Mountville, was charged with retail theft after taking cigarellos May 28 from Turkey Hill, 520 Hershey Avenue, police said.