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On 12/23/18, CPD units responded to Target on Norland Ave for a retail theft. During the theft, four Nintendo Switch controllers and a Turtle Beach headset were stolen. The suspect is described as a white male with a reddish brown beard wearing a green jacket with an Eagle's logo on it and brown...

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Crystal Truett was arrested for retail theft from Kohls Department store. Truett had placed approx. $2,135.53 of merchandise into a cart and attempted to leave the store without paying for the items. Truett had removed some of the items from their packaging which made these items not able to be...
On December 29, 2018, a white van was reported to have driven slowly past a group of children who were walking on Bracken Dr and a male driver shouted obscenities at them. The driver left the area and did not follow the children to their residences. Due to it being dark out the children were unable...

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On 12/10/2018, Chambersburg Police responded to the 1500 block of Philadelphia Ave for a one vehicle accident which struck a telephone pole. The operator, Matthew Foor, was found to be under the influence of drugs while operating his vehicle. Foor was also found to be in the possession of...
On December 30th 2018 at 12:52 AM, the Chambersburg police were called to Merriweather Dr regarding a white male yelling and making threats toward a caller who was trying to check his welfare. Police made contact with Willard Massie III, who was found to be highly intoxicated. Massie continued to...

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On 11/05/16 at about 0830 hrs, Gino Blackwell entered the Denny's Restaurant at 1071 Wayne Ave. After being seated, Blackwell placed a "golf ball" sized bag of Marijuana in plain view on his table. After this was observed by 2 Denny's employees, they contacted the police. After Police arrived,...
On Friday, 11/04/16 at approximately 1145 hrs CPD officers were dispatched to the 200 block of S Main St for possible drug activity. After further investigation, Travis J Hayes was arrested for (1) count possession of drug paraphernalia and (1) count possession of small amount of marijuana. Hayes...
On November 4, 2016 the Chambersburg Police Department arrested Mark Laudermilch was arrested for retail theft.

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On November 4, 2016 the Chambersburg Police Department arrested Thomas Daisey due to an active warrant for his arrest that was issued by the court in Wicomico County, Maryland.
On 11/01/16, Bryan Lehman had gotten into an altercation with the victim at their rental property on Stanley Ave. Bryan had allegedly punched the victim 3 times on the left side of her face. He had also thrown her to the ground and was choking her as he was threatening to kill her. Bryan was taken...

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On 5-17-16 the victim reported that sometime overnight someone struck her vehicle while it was parked in the 400 Block of E King St. The suspect departed the area without providing the required information.

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Between the hours of 1620 on 05/19/16 to 0800 hrs on 05/20/16 unknown person(s) trespassed onto the victim's property and used a brick to crack the front windshield of his blue in color, 1998 Nissan Frontier. Upon further investigation, an apartment window had also been shattered. The window was...

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Sometime between 05/14/16 and 05/17/16 someone broke into a locked garage in the 500 block of Philadelphia Ave. and removed tools (a red air compressor, a diagnostic tool and a Dewalt cordless impact drill). The door lock was damaged and was popped off the door. A neighbor observed two white males...

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Police were dispatched to Save A Lot for a patron being disorderly in the store. The patron left prior to arrival and was not identified. A loss prevention employee provided a photo of the patron, shown holding the cart in the photo. The person shown in the photo may have information relevant to an...

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Tools were stolen from a truck belonging to the Hamilton township municipal authority between 05/12/16 and 05/16/16. Police are investigating. Anyone with information is encouraged to leave a tip.

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