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On 12/7/18, CPD took a report for a retail theft of two rings at Kmart. After further investigation, it was discovered that Benjamin Calimer was the individual who stole the rings. Calimer was charged with one felony count of Retail Theft.
Kevin W Larose Jr, of Waynesboro PA was charged with Receiving Stolen Property after a traffic stop in the 1500 block of South Main Street on December 09, 2018 was conducted. At 1820 hours, a Chambersburg Police Officer observed Larose driving a vehicle which had been reported stolen to Waynesboro...
On 12/12/2018, the victim in this incident lost / misplaced his wallet while at Kohl's 955 Norland Ave. The victim's wallet was later recovered in the parking lot at approx. 1400 hrs. The victim advised that someone stole $50.00 from the wallet before it was recovered. Anyone with information...

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On 12/10/18, Chambersburg Police Department took a report of a lost property. The description of the lost property is a black Nautica men's style wallet that contains a PA DL under Edward Acosta-Hernandez and a social security card. Acosta stated that he lost his wallet on 12/07/18, while he was at...

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On November 27, 2018, the Chambersburg Police Department too a theft by deception report. The victim reported to the police that she received a text claiming to be from DirecTV. The caller had her actual account information stating that she was eligible for a $300 rebate. When the victim responded...

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Police were notified, by Franklin County Adult Probation Officers, that during their routine duties they found Jennifer Walker in possession of a controlled substance. Chambersburg Police filed additional charges against Walker, who was turned back over to Adult Probation.
The suspect was arrested following a traffic stop where the suspect led police on a short chase and then fled her vehicle on foot . She was later apprehended on Lantern Lane.
On January 31st, Motley was accused of an assault, where the victim suffered multiple injuries to her facial area. After an investigation a warrant was issued on February 10th. Motley was located on May 10th and taken into custody, by the Chambersburg Police. He was later transported to FCJ to...
Martin was arrested, after breaking several windows out of another's apartment and causing other damages. After a search incident to arrest, Martin was also found to be in possession of drug paraphernalia.
Yshua Delvalle-Vergara was arrested for DUI, after having driven a motor vehicle, with a blood alcohol concentration above the legal limit.

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On 11/29/16 CPD was dispatched to Target for a Retail Theft. The male in the attached photographs is wanted for questioning regarding the theft. He is believed to have been operating a grey/silver 4 door Mazda hatchback. Anyone with information regarding the subject or vehicle pictured is asked to...
On 12/1/2016, at approx. 1545 hrs, a black leather key fob with a Lexus symbol was found in the area of 55 S Main St. (M&T Bank). The owner may claim the property at the Chambersburg Police station located at 116 S 2nd St, Chambersburg PA where the found property will be maintained for a period...

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On 11/27/2016 between 1:15pm and 7:00pm an unknown person traveling east on E Queen St stuck the driver's side mirror of a parked car. Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to contact the Chambersburg Police Department (717) 264-4131.

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A Chambersburg resident came to the police station to report a burglary of their house that occurred sometime between 11/25/2016 at approximately 1700 hours and 11/27/2016 at approximately 1900 hours in the 1000 Block of E McKinley St. Four handguns were stolen from the residence. Anyone who has...

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On 11-2-16 a CPD Officer responded to 330 W Commerce St, Pab Stash-Away Storage, for the report of multiple storage unit burglaries. Each unit was entered after its lock was cut off the door. Snow blowers, generators and floor heaters were stolen from the various storage units. If you believe you...

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