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North Middleton Township Police (717-243-7910)

Four people were transported to Penn State Health Hershey Medical Center after a head-on crash on Spring Road about 7:45 p.m. Oct. 17. Cerisa Cassatt, 31, of Carlisle, was traveling with her three children when police said her vehicle crossed the center line, striking an oncoming vehicle head-on. Her vehicle rolled over an “exiting occupant” before coming to rest in the southbound lane. All occupants in her vehicle were transported to the hospital. Police did not give information about their condition. Occupants of the other vehicle were evaluated and released.

West Shore Regional Police (717-238-9676)

Juan Gabriel Cintron-Figueroa, 26, of New Cumberland, was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of a small amount of marijuana, public drunkenness and driving while privilege is suspended/revoked after a report of a man unconscious behind the wheel of a vehicle in the Karns Foods parking lot on State Street, Lemoyne, at 4:25 p.m. Oct. 17. Police said officers discovered Cintron-Figueroa unconscious due to use of heroin, and officers found needles in the vehicle, as well as marijuana. He was taken into custody and charged, and he later posted bail.

State Police at Carlisle (717-249-2121)

Michael D. Atlee, 45, of Kirkland, Washington, was charged with accidents involving damage to attended property and summary traffic offenses after a hit-and-run incident at Rutter’s on York Road in Monroe Township at 10:30 p.m. Oct. 11. Police said Atlee was driving a rental 2017 Ford Fiesta when he lost control in the rain, struck a curb and ran over a mailbox. Police said he left the scene without notifying police or Rutter’s. The vehicle was halfway in the eastbound travel lane of York Road and was left at the scene for 11 hours. Atlee was identified by a rental agreement found inside the vehicle, police said.

State Police at Newport (717-567-3110)

Police are investigating a report of a stolen vehicle in the first block of Firehouse Road, Penn Township, on Sept. 17. Police did not provide any further details.

The fence and building of Cumulus Harrisburg Radio Tower was vandalized and broken into on Tower Road, Rye Township, between Sept. 25 and Oct. 16.

A shotgun and Taylor guitar were stolen from a residence on High Street, New Buffalo Borough, between April 1 and Aug. 20, police reported Oct. 19.

Email Joshua Vaughn at jvaughn@cumberlink.com. Follow him on Twitter at @Sentinel_Vaughn.

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