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Daniel Knepper was charged with forgery and unsworn falsifications to authorities after investigation discovered that he presented fraudulent documents to The Borough of Chambersburg Code Enforcement Officer between May and August of 2016. The forged documents were passed by Knepper after code...
The Chambersburg Police Department is investigating a hit and run crash that occurred in the 400 block of East King Street. A parked vehicle had the mirror struck sometime between 11:00 pm on 2/11/17 and 7:00 am on 2/12/17. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Chambersburg Police...
The Chambersburg Police Department is investigating a hit and run accident that occurred on 2/6/2017 at approximately 5:00 PM. A green four door sedan, possibly a Honda, struck an orange Ford Edge in the area of 830 Fifth Avenue. The striking vehicle failed to stop and possibly left the area to the...
On February 9th, at approximately 15:34 hrs, a FedEx package was dropped off at 130 E Washington St. Someone other than the rightful owner collected the package and deprived the owner thereof. The package contained assorted make-up. Anyone with information is asked to leave a tip.
Dakota Oaks was arrested after an investigation into complaints of sexual assaults involving 3 female victims who were under the age of 13 at the time of the alleged incidents. These alleged assaults occurred between 2004 and 2005.