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The pictured set of keys was located on the roadway near the South Gate shopping center on 11/01/2020. The keys appear to have been exposed to the elements for a long period of time. The owner can claim the keys at the Chambersburg Police Dept. at anytime.

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The Chambersburg Police Department is investigating a hit and run that occurred in the parking lot of Target at 913 Norland Ave on 11/01/20 at 12:50pm. A silver late model mini-van possibly a Honda, Nissan or Kia struck a parked vehicle and left. The operator of the mini-van was a short bald male...

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Sometime between 11pm on 10/31/20 and 600am on 11/01/20, and unknown vehicle struck a parked, gray in color Hyundai parked in the 800 block of Wallace Ave. Anyone with information regarding this Hit and Run can contact the Chambersburg Police Dept or submit a tip.
On 11/02/20, CPD took a report of a found property. The description of the property is a silver Iphone. The cellphone was found on 11/01/20 in 1100 block of Stanley Avenue. The owner can claim the cellphone at the Chambersburg Police Department.

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On 10/20/2020 at approximately 0730 hours, Chambersburg Police responded to the 500 block of Lincoln Way E for a reported unwanted person. Prior to arrival, Melanie Batten, had left the area. Batten was found to have struck the victim in the face prior to leaving which resulted in a citation for...

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Kristy Daywalt attempted to provide drug free urine at Franklin County Adult Probation. Daywalt was on a scheduled appointment at probation and attempted to use a bottle containing urine that was not hers.
On 05/26/20 at approximately 0445 hrs, Bill Sagonas entered the Sheetz store at 1 Monticello Ct. Sagonas took a can of Starbucks Cold Brew coffee and left the store without paying for it. He was subsequently charged for Retail Theft.
On 5/29/2020, Chambersburg Police responded to the Chambersburg Hospital in reference to Telissa Felix. Felix had assaulted Emergency Room nurses while she was there. Felix was ultimately charged for Aggravated Assault and transported to Franklin County Jail.
Anyia Hinton was arrested for Theft by Unlawful Taking. Hinton conspired with Amber Powell to steal $11,000.00 worth of merchandise from Family Dollar. Powell was an employee at Family Dollar and went into the store prior to the store opening. Powell loaded several shopping carts full of...
Amber Powell was arrested for Theft By Unlawful Taking, Forgery and Theft by Failure to Make Required Disposition of Funds after she conspired with Anyia Hinton to steal over $11,000.00 worth of merchandise from Family Dollar. Powell was an employee at Family Dollar and went into the store prior to...

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On 8/27/20 CPD took a report of a burglary that occurred in the unit block of Glen St. The suspect forcibly gained entry into the victims garage to the rear of their address and stole a 320 piece Craftsman tool set, Harley brand motorcycle gloves, Harley brand motorcycle glasses, and a Harley brand...

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On September 3, 2020, a black sports car was traveling West on Lincoln Way E in front of the post office and attempted to make a left turn onto S Third St from the right lane. This caused another vehicle to veer off the road and strike the sign of Chambers Apothecary. This caused damage to the sign...

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On 09/03/20 at 1200 hours, Chambersburg Police Department took a report for a Theft of a package in the unit block of S Second Street. Further investigation revealed that a package was delivered by the postal service on 08/17/20 at 1:13 pm and never received by the victim. If anyone has information...

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The pictured bicycle was found at Keystone Carwash located at 215 Brumbaugh Avenue. The owner can retrieve the bicycle by responding to the police station and showing proof of ownership.

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A bicycle was found abandoned in the area of Ludwig Ave. near S. Third Street. The bicycle is a Fuji 10 Speed model. The owner of the bicycle can retrieve it at the Chambersburg Police Department.

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