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On 10/09/2018 at approx. 2130, it was reported that a tractor trailer struck a parked vehicle in a parking lot on Walker Road as it attempted to exit. The tractor trailer driver did not attempt to locate the owner of the vehicle and departed without providing the necessary information. The vehicle...

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On 11/10/2018, a bicycle was found in the 100 block of Park Ave. The owner can claim the bicycle at the Chambersburg Police Department. Bicycles will only be maintained for approx. 30 days before being disposed of.

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On 11/04/2018 between 9:00 AM and 1:30 PM, an unknown individual(s) broke a rear window on a silver Nissan Altima in the parking lot of 225 S Second St. Anyone with information regarding this incident should contact Chambersburg Police Department in person or by phone at (717) 264-4131.

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On October 19th, 2018 a victim reported their white framed bicycle with blue forks was stolen. The victim advised the theft occurred in the 900 block of Wayne Ave. The victim observed the suspect riding the bicycle on a later date. T he person shown in this photo may have information relevant to an...

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On November 7th, 2018 at 1038 P.M., The Chambersburg Police were dispatched to the area of S Main St and W Catherine St for a disturbance. The reporting party advised two males were intoxicated and causing a disturbance. Officer's located the males and identified them as Stephen Holbrook and...

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While police were checking the parking lot, at 1025 Wayne Ave, for a male selling gold chains from his auto, they made contact with Tyris Ford. During that contact police found Ford in possession of Marijuana. Ford was subsequently arrested and charged for the Misdemeanor offense.
Michael J. Davis was arrested and charged with Theft from a Motor Vehicle. A witness observed Davis exit his vehicle in the Giant Shopping lot, Wayne Ave. He approached the victims' vehicle and unlawfully removed his trailer hitch, taking it and leaving the scene. The witness gave police Davis'...
A traffic stop conducted on Wilmer Quintono, in the 400 block of S Main St,, revealed that he was impaired from alcohol. A subsequent investigation showed his impairment was above the legal limit and he was taken into custody for driving under the influence of alcohol.

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ON 4/29/16, at approximately 00:43 hrs, police stopped Anthony West in the 1100 block of S. Coldbrook Ave, for driving without headlights. The stop was investigated and West was eventually taken into custody and charged with Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol.

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On 04/24/16 at 1752 hrs, Officers were dispatched to the 1400 block of Scotland Ave., for report of an active assault. After a brief investigation, police arrested Andre Weeks, for reportedly assaulting his ex-girlfriend and causing her to suffer a broken wrist.

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The Chambersburg Police Department provided an escort to this year's Christmas tree. The tree was cut down and hauled from Leafmore Road to the square downtown.
The Chambersburg police dept. is investigating a retail theft gas drive off, which occurred on 10/14/16. The suspect then returns on 11/03/2016 and both times leaving without paying for his fuel. The truck itself is lime green on the bottom, and it is pulling a plain white trailer with no markings...

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A victim reported that his wire for a solar powered motion light was cut sometime prior to 1000 hours on 11/4/2016 in the 400 Block of E Washington St. Anyone with information to this case is asked to submit a tip.

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A victim reported that the driver's side window of his vehicle was shattered between the hours of 2200 on 11/05/2016 and 1511 hours on 11/06/2016 in the 400 Block of S Second St. Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to submit a tip.

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On 11/7/16 at 1152 hours Chambersburg Police responded to the 1800 block of Scotland Avenue for a suspicious package. The caller reported that a blue bag appeared on his Campaign sign in his front yard. The caller was concerned that the contents might be harmful. The caller could not think of...

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