East Earl Township police
EAST EARL TWP.: Jennelle G. Reynolds, 32, of Lancaster, was charged with theft and trespass after she failed to pay taxi fare from Lancaster to the 800 block of Wallace Road and ran into an apartment she had been warned to stay away from on May 28, police said.
EAST EARL TWP.: Matthew Joseph-Russell Bartlett, 18, of East Earl, was charged with making false statements when trying to buy a gun on Jan. 2 at The Sportsman's Shop, 1214 Main St., police said. The sale was denied.
Lancaster City police
LANCASTER: An officer saw the front door was broken at Best China Wok, 825 East Chestnut Street, about 6:57 a.m. May 27. The restaurant was empty and the cash register had been emptied and some coins were on the floor. The owner was called and said minimal cash had been taken.
LANCASTER: Quetcy Kilby, 44, of Wyncroft Lane, Lancaster, was charged with driving under the influence after she was stopped at College and Marietta avenues after police responded to a report of a female passed out in a Ford Explorer in the 300 block of Chestnut Street about 9:15 a.m. May 22, police said. When police found her at the intersection, she had sat through a light cycle and needed help parking and getting out of the SUV, police said. Police also found two open cans of alcoholic beverages, one empty and almost empty, police said.
LANCASTER: A mountain bike locked to a railing of a house in the 400 block of Pershing Avenue was reported stolen between 11 p.m. May 23 and 11:30 a.m. May 24, police said.
LANCASTER: A BMX bicycle was was reported stolen from outside a store in the 500 block of North Franklin Street about 7:16 p.m May 24 while the owner was inside, police said.
LANCASTER: Steven Stempf of Indiana, Pennsylvania, failed to pay the fare for a taxi ride from the 900 block of Marietta Avenue to Indiana on May 27, police said. Police did not say what the fare was.
Manheim Township police
MANHEIM TWP.: Patricia Ann Burnett, 45, of Lancaster, was charged with theft after police said she stole a $9.99 baby bib from Target, 1589 Fruitville Pike, and changed tags to lower prices on items for a total loss of $145.58 on April 25, police said. Employees stopped Burnett as she left the store and she fled without the merchandise. Police are searching for her.