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Three-car crash with entrapment causes no serious injuries
The Northern Lancaster County Regional Police Department reported the following:
CRASH -Police responded to a reportable three-car crash with entrapment at Clay Road and Pine Hill Road in Lititz at 6:33 p.m. April 12. A Jeep SUV being driven by Wanda Winters, 68, of Talon Drive, Mountville, was traveling west on Pine Hill Road. A Chevrolet sedan being driven by Paul Rodgers Jr., 66, of Knob Hill Drive, Lititz, was traveling south on Clay Road and a Honda sedan being driven by Julia Hoak, 45, of Bunny View Drive, Lititz, was traveling east on Pine Hill Road. Winters stopped at the intersection with Clay Road and, when she saw no other vehicles approaching, pulled out from the stop sign intending to cross Clay Road and continue travel west on Pine Hill Road in front of Rodgers, causing the accident. Winters showed no signs of injury and was extricated from her car by fire personnel. Rodgers refused EMS treatment, Hoak was taken to the hospital for a complaint of pain and Winters for evaluation. Winters’ and Hoak’s injuries did not appear to be life threatening.
ARREST -Police charged Nicole R. Carl, 43, of 918 Hedgewyck Lane, Elizabethtown, with 79 counts of forgery and 44 counts of theft by unlawful taking. These charges were filed before District Judge Edward Tobin. Carl took the money from Distinctive Detail of Manheim, 971 Park Hill Drive, between November 2012 and December 2013 while she was employed there as a bookkeeper. Carl was taken into custody by the Elizabethtown Borough Police Department and taken to Central Booking for preliminary arraignment.
ARREST -Police arrested Mitchell Richard Barry, 23, of 61 Robin Hill Road, Lititz. Barry was charged with burglary, theft by unlawful taking and criminal mischief for a burglary he committed in August 2012 based on DNA that matched evidence collected at the residence which was burglarized at 279 Skyview Lane, Lititz, Aug. 21, 2012. Barry was arrested at his residence without incident and arraigned before District Judge Edward Tobin and was released after posting $50,000 bail.
SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY -Police responded to Church Street in Lititz at 12:24 p.m. for a report of individuals shooting a BB gun causing damage. The incident is still under investigation. Two suspects have been identified.
THEFT -A Warwick Township resident reported April 12 that his daughter’s i-Phone 5 was stolen off the caller’s motorcycle, which was parked in front of his house in the 600 block of East Front Street in Lititz. By using tracking software, the item was located. The individual in possession of the i-Phone claimed to have found it along the road and returned it to the rightful owner. The caller did not want to press charges.
The Northern Lancaster County Regional Police Department serves Warwick, Penn and Clay townships.
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