- Memorial Day Parade
- Second Friday the 13th
- Farmers market opens May 21
- Hello (again), Dolly!
- Kreider Farms opens silo observation tower
- ‘Hello, Dolly!’ opens Thursday at EPAC
- ‘Somewhereville Station’ revisits the 50s and 60s
- Manheim Downtown Development Group will dissolve
- MC Art Show doubles in size
- Warwick students are tops at county science fair
Woman visits wrong house
The Northern Lancaster County Regional Police Department reported the following:
TRESPASS – Police responded to a report that a female entered a home through the front door, walked up the stairs, then turned around and exited it on Woodland Avenue in Lititz at 11:47 a.m. March 25. The female got into a silver colored Mazda with passenger side damage and sat in the driveway for a few minutes before leaving. The car and woman were located a few houses away and the woman was identified. She did not reside in the immediate area. Police learned she was visiting a friend and accidentally walked into the wrong house.
SHOOTING – Police responded to a reported shooting in the 900 block of May Road in Lititz at 11:13 a.m. March 19. A 74-year-old resident of WarwickTownship shot himself through the chin with a handgun. He remained conscious and was taken to the LancasterGeneralHospital.
MAILBOX DAMAGE – Unknown persons struck a Warwick Township resident’s mailbox overnight March 18 in the 700 block of Furnace Hills Pike in Lititz. There were tire tracks going off the road into the mailbox. Damage is estimated at $75.
TELEPHONE SCAM – Police responded to a report of an attempted telephone scam in the 1600 block of Newport Road in Manheim March 19. A PennTownship resident stated an unknown male with a foreign accent contacted her by telephone and told her that her grandson was involved in a vehicle accident and needed money. She stated that she knew it was a scam because her grandson was in school. The resident also stated that when she started to ask questions back, the male hung up the telephone.
FIRE ASSIST – Police assisted the Rothsville Fire Department with a fire alarm at DogwoodValley in Lititz at 9:02 a.m. March 21. When police and fire arrived on scene, it was discovered all the smoke detectors were activated from a faulty smoke detector. No further action by police was required.
DISTURBANCE – Police responded to a reported disturbance at 150 Fruitville Pike at 3 p.m. March 21. The following individuals were charged after a verbal altercation escalated into a physical altercation with some receiving minor injuries to their head and face. None of the injures required immediate medical treatment.
• Mercedes Andriso, 18, 150 Fruitville Pike, Apt. 2-A, was charged with summary harassment and released.
• Jose Humberto Marte Jr., 19, was charged with summary harassment and released.
• Crystal Baez, 18, 3424 Crystal St., Philadelphia, was charged with simple assault and was released after preliminary arraignment. Bail information was not available at the time of this release.
• Lisa Marie Doyle, 40, 150 Fruitville Pike Apt. 2-A, was charged with simple assault and released after preliminary arraignment.
DISORDERLY CONDUCT – Colin Rihn, 18, 900 block of Clay Road, was cited for disorderly conduct after police conducted a traffic stop of the car he was driving in the 300 block of Clay Road in Lititz at 6:56 p.m. March 21.
VANDALISM – Police responded to a report that an unidentified person dumped pizza sauce on a Warwick Township resident’s garage door and car in the 100 block of Saybrooke Drive in Warwick Township March 23.
THEFT – A member of an auto transport company reported a navigation system was stolen from a Mercedes, which was parked in the truck lot over the weekend at 1190 Lancaster Road in Manheim. The value of the navigations system is estimated at $1,000. There are no suspects.
The Northern Lancaster County Regional Police Department serves Warwick, Penn and Clay townships.