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Carlisle Police (717-243-5252)

  • Juan Manuel Machado, 40, of Carlisle, was charged with strangulation, aggravated harassment by a prisoner, resisting arrest, simple assault, disorderly conduct, harassment and public drunkenness after an incident at 1:15 a.m. Saturday. Police said they were dispatched to the area of West Penn and North Pitt streets for a domestic incident. They found Machado outside the residence, and decided to arrest him for domestic violence after an investigation. Machado resisted attempts to take him into custody and caused a disturbance on the street, police said. He was taken to Cumberland County Prison, where he attempted to head-butt a corrections officer and “continued to be unruly.”
  • Bakhit A. Adam, 38, of Carlisle, was charged with terroristic threats and harassment after an incident at 7 p.m. Sunday. Police said they were told that Adam had approached a woman and another person on the sidewalk near their residence and threatened to kill her. The woman was not harmed.
  • Naomi Harley, 53, of Carlisle, was charged with simple assault and harassment after an incident at 5:36 p.m. Saturday. Police said they responded to a report of a domestic incident and found injuries to another person “that warranted a call for EMS.”

State Police at Carlisle (717-249-2121)

  • Police reported on April 21 that Sadiga Burgos, 44, of Staten Island, New York, was charged March 20 with possession of a small amount of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, illegal parking, driving without a license and while operating privilege is suspended/revoked and restrictions on alcoholic beverages, in relation to a March 16 incident on Interstate 81 south in Penn Township.
  • Someone stole about $1,000 worth of soy and corn feed between 2 p.m. and 3 p.m. April 14 in the first block of Quarry Hill Drive, West Pennsboro Township.
  • William Nickel, 57, of Mount Holly Springs, was charged with simple assault and harassment after police were dispatched for an assault on North Baltimore Avenue at 1:40 a.m. April 13.
  • Someone drove onto the edge of a lawn on Pine Road, causing damage, on March 16, police reported April 21.
  • One person was injured after a vehicle crashed into a home on East Main Street in Newburg at 12:10 a.m. April 6. Police reported on April 22 that Brandon C. Bowermaster, 27, of Shippensburg, was driving west on East Main Street and lost control of his 1997 Buick Century, causing it to run off the left side of the road and hit a residence in the 100 block of East Main Street. It stopped in the basement of the home. Bowermaster suffered an injury of unknown severity but was not transported by EMS.
  • An unknown vehicle was driving north on Fickes Road in West Pennsboro Township at 12:01 a.m. April 13 and hit a mailbox on the right side of the road, police said. The vehicle did not stop, there were no witnesses, and the vehicle has not been identified.
  • A vehicle was hit by a rock in a hit-and-run incident on Newville Road in Hopewell Township at 3:33 p.m. April 18, police said. Kathleen A. Shane, 65, of Newville, was driving east in a Toyota Highlander and passed an unknown vehicle. As she was passing, a rock dislodged from the tires of the unknown vehicle and hit the front of the Highlander. The vehicle did not stop. Shane was wearing a seat belt and was not injured.
  • There were no injuries in a hit-and-run crash on Interstate 81 north near Kutz Road in Penn Township at 6:38 p.m. Sunday, police said. An unknown vehicle merged from a left lane into the right lane, hitting a Chrysler Town and Country driven by Stephanie R. Dunkle, 48, of Perkasie. Dunkle pulled over to assess the damage, but the unknown vehicle did not stop.
  • There were no injuries in a single-vehicle crash on Interstate 81 north at mile marker 37.8 in Penn Township at 5:11 p.m. April 18, police said. Wanda L. Bell, 35, of Reidsville, North Carolina, lost control of her 2014 Dodge Durango in rainy conditions, hitting guide wires and damaging a total of 13 metal guide poles before stopping. Bell and her six passengers were not injured. Police were assisted on-scene by Penn Township Fire Company, Friendship Hose Company and fire police.
  • One person was injured in a single-vehicle crash at 6:21 p.m. Saturday on Walnut Bottom Road in Southampton Township. Police said Brooke R. Bair, 27, of Dry Run, was driving a Honda south and went onto a gravel shoulder on the right side of the road. She over-corrected and hit and damaged a utility pole on the left side of the road. Multiple fire companies, fire police and EMS responded to the scene. Bair was take to a hospital for a possible head injury, and the Honda was towed by Abes Towing.

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