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Tuesday's Sentinel police log

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Tuesday's Sentinel police log

Carlisle Police (243-5252)

• Nearly 900 pounds of copper machine parts were stolen from Echo Industrial Inc. in the 1600 block of Industrial Drive between Aug. 10 and 14. The value of the copper is $1,200, said police. Police seek information.

• A Carlisle man reported that his debit card information had been used to make purchases from several retail stores in the Altoona area on Sept. 10. The investigation is ongoing.

• Anthony Lostraglio, 18, of Carlisle was charged with four counts of access device fraud, theft by unlawful taking and receiving stolen property on Sept. 10 after an incident that occurred on Aug. 7 at 4 p.m. According to police, a Carlisle man reported the unauthorized use of his bank account. He stated that this account had been accessed on four separate occasions within the last week. The total stolen was $220. After an investigation and obtaining video surveillance from the Hess gas station, Lostraglio was identified as the suspect. He was also charged with retail theft and conspiracy to retail theft along with Shawn Bilkovsky, 20, and Jay Huff, 18, both of Carlisle. According to police, the three men stole cough syrup from Giant Foods at 5 a.m. Aug. 27.

Silver Spring Township Police (697-0607)

• Officers responded to the Kohl’s Department store in the 6400 block of the Carlisle Pike at 6:23 p.m. Sept, 14 for an active retail theft. On arrival officers were told that several people had entered the store and were viewed concealing cloths and jewelry in bags, said police. Once approached outside the store the people fled in a vehicle, but loss prevention employees were able to obtain a description and registration of the vehicle, said police. The investigation in continuing into the identity of the persons involved.

Hampden Township Police (761-0119)

• A vehicle was keyed and red soda was thrown all over it in the 3600 block of Kohler Place at 1:27 p.m. Sept. 16.

• A vehicle was egged in the 4600 block of North Clearview Drive at 12:39 p.m. Sept. 16.

• A purse was stolen from the Salvation Army in the 3900 block of East Trindle Road at 2:25 p.m. Sept. 15.

• A vehicle was egged in the 1200 block of Kings Circle at 10:18 a.m. Sept. 15.

• Diesel fuel from stolen from trucks at B&S Transportation in the 100 block of Salem Church Road at 8:01 a.m. Sept. 14.

Shippensburg Police (532-7361)

• A 17-year-old boy was charged with resisting arrest, possession of drug paraphernalia, underage drinking and disorderly conduct in the first block of West Burd Street at 9:33 p.m. Aug. 31. According to police, officers received a call for an intoxicated man causing a disturbance at the Shippensburg Community Center in the 100 block of North Fayette Street. Police were given a description and checking the area, found the youth, said police. When officers attempted to make contact he began running and fled into a back yard of a home, where he was stopped by a high fence, said police. Officers attempted to grab him and he broke free, continuing to flee. The youth was Tasered and continued to resist, said police. He was taken into custody and found to be in possession of drug paraphernalia, police said. The boy was visibly intoxicated and admitted to smoking synthetic marijuana, said police. He was released to his parents.

• A vehicle’s paint was vandalized overnight on Sept, 15 in the 100 block of South Seneca Street. Police seek information.

• Alex J. Satkunas, 18, of Hollidaysburg was charged with resisting arrest, open lewdness, disorderly conduct and underage drinking on North Earl Street at 12:15 a.m. Sept. 15. According to police, he was seen during a plain-cloths foot-patrol urinating behind a home in view of the public. When an officer approached Satkunas attempted to flee and resisted arrest, said police. He was tackled to the ground where he continued to resist but he taken into custody, said police. Police report that during the struggle the officer’s hand was injured. Police reported that Satkunas was in court the prior day for a previous underage drinking and drug paraphernalia charge.

• Anthony D. Penn II. 43, of upper Darby was charged with misdemeanor retail theft at Sheetz in the 300 block of East King Street at 1:40 a.m. Sept. 8. According to police, an employee altered police to seeing Penn put a pie in his cargo pants pocket. Upon seeing police, Penn attempted to flee but was stopped, said police. He was found to have the item in his pants as well as another unpaid item.

State Police at Carlisle (249-2121)

• Carol J. Mackey, 31, of Carlisle was charged with criminal mischief and public intoxication on Creek Road, West Pennsboro Township at 12:51 a.m. Aug. 28. According to police, Mackey was found walking down the road highly intoxicated and found that she entered a home and caused damage to a vehicle. She also faces charges of disorderly conduct and harassment after police say she became unruly at the Carlisle Regional Medical Center while being admitted to the emergency room for intoxication. Police say she started screaming obscenities, yelling racial slurs at hospital staff and other patients, attempted to fight with staff and caused a disturbance.

• Joseph P. Miller, 32, of Chambersburg was charged with two counts of DUI controlled substance, habitual offenders, classes of license, driving while operating privilege suspended or revoked and operating a vehicle without a valid inspection on North Queen Street at East King Street, Shippensburg at 5:44 p.m. Aug. 24. According to police, Miller was stopped for a registration violation while driving a motorcycle. Police say he was found to be under the influence of a controlled substance, was examined by a Drug Recognition Expert and taken to Carlisle Regional Medical Center for chemical testing.

• Andrew C. Smith, 20, of Camp Hill was charged with DUI, DUI high rate, DUI minor, turning movements and required signals and minor prohibited from operating with alcohol on Route 696, Shippensburg Township at 12:17 a.m. Aug. 25. According to police, Smith was pulled over and found to be intoxicated.

• Matthew Dively, 21, of Lemoyne was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and driving while operating privilege suspended or revoked on Kings Gap Road, Dickinson Township at 8:40 a.m. Sept. 7. According to police, Dively called police for assistance as a result of a tree falling on his car as he was exiting a park. He was found to be in possession of a pipe and was charged.

• Victor W. Tidd, 35, of Newville was charged with simple assault and harassment in the 100 block of Smith Road, Penn Township at 8 p.m. Sept. 2. According to police, he punched another person in the face, fracturing his cheekbone.

State Police at Chambersburg (264-5161)

• A Shippensburg woman was injured while riding a bicycle in a crash on Orrstown Road, Southampton Township at 3:45 p.m. Sept. 13. According to police, Doris Nehf, 73, of Orrstown was driving a 1997 Chevrolet Lumina leaving a parking lot attempting to turn on to Orrstown Road when she pulled out into the path of a bicycle driven by Jennifer L. Briggs, 50, of Shippensburg. Police say Briggs hit the vehicle causing her to fall of her bike. She was taken to Chambersburg Hospital by Pleasant Hall EMS for minor injury to her hip.


Information is from police reports and may be incomplete depending on the status of an investigation. Phone numbers are non-emergency.

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