Police investigate gun shots near elementary school
The Northern Lancaster County Regional Police Department reported the following:
SHOTS FIRED – Police responded to reports of a hunter possibly being too close to an elementary school discharging their firearms in the 200 block of Doe Run Road in Manheim at 11:35 a.m. March 25. The officer discovered that the shots heard were actually residents from a nearby residential community shooting blanks in the area of a pond to scare away geese.
CRASH – Police responded to a single car crash with no injuries on 900 Rothsville Road in Lititz March 26. Richard P. Daniels, 63, of Landis Valley Road, Lititz, was driving his car on Rothsville Road when he traveled over an icy portion of the road and slid into an embankment and struck a utility pole. There was minor damage to the pole.
HARASSMENT – Police responded for a report of harassment by telephone in the 20 block of Plateau Road in Lititz at 10:15 a.m. March 26. According to the complainant, an ex-boyfriend keeps calling her in an attempt to rekindle a past relationship from 55 years ago. The individual making the calls was instructed to stop calling. No further police action at this time.
FRAUD – A Warwick Township resident in the 600 block of Shelly Court, Lititz, reported he hired Greenspring Energy from Maryland to install solar panels on his residence approximately 18 months ago. A large deposit was given to the company, but the installation never occurred. The company went out of business prior to any work being performed. The incident is currently under investigation.
CRASH – Police responded to a single car crash with no injuries at 900 Rothsville Road, Lititz, March 26. Richard P. Daniels, 63, Landis Valley Road, Lititz, was driving his car on Rothsville Road when he traveled over an icy portion of the road, slid into an embankment and struck a utility pole. There was minor damage to the pole.
CRASH – Police responded to a two-car reportable crash with no injuries at 700 Lancaster Road in Penn Township at 4:50 p.m. March 26. According to initial investigative reports, a car being driven by Melanie Kreider, 31, of S. Wolf Street, Manheim, was driving southbound on Lancaster Road and was attempting a left turn into a business parking lot. While negotiating the left turn, Kreider turned in front of a vehicle being driven by Kevin Hartman, 41, of Days Mill Road, York, who was driving north on Lancaster Road, causing a collision.
The Northern Lancaster County Regional Police Department serves Warwick, Penn and Clay townships.