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Sentinel police log for Sept. 12

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Here is The Sentinel police log for Sept. 12.

Hampden Township Police (761-2609)

• Two retail thefts were reported at Lowe’s, 5500 Carlisle Pike on Sept 9.

• A retail theft was reported at Kmart, 5600 Carlisle Pike, on Sept. 8.

West Shore Regional Police (737-8734)

• Alfred L. Miller Jr., 43, of New Cumberland, was charged Sept. 11 with misdemeanor DUI, DUI highest rate, summary disregarding traffic lanes after an incident in the first block of Market Street, Lemoyne, at 2:24 a.m. Aug. 31. Police said the vehicle was pulled over for going more than 50 mph in a 25 mph zone and driving in the opposing lane of traffic. Miller was found driving and intoxicated, police said.

Fairview Township Police (901-5267)

• Kathleen M. Mulder, 56, of Palmyra, was charged with misdemeanor DUI after an incident in the parking lot of the Rutter’s Farm Store on Lewisberry Road in Fairview Township at 5:59 a.m. Sept. 3. Police said a vehicle was found at the side of the store in an area designated for no parking. Mulder was found passed out behind the wheel of the vehicle, police said. She was found to be intoxicated and was arrested, police said.

East Pennsboro Township Police (732-3633)

• Matthew C. Sullivan, 40, of Enola, was charged Sept. 8 with misdemeanor DUI and DUI highest rate after a crash on Shady Lane and Salt Road at 1:28 a.m. Aug. 28. Police said Sullivan was driving a vehicle that crashed into a telephone pole. He was found to be intoxicated and was arrested, police said.

• Harold L Peterson Jr., 49, of Enola, was charged Sept. 9 with misdemeanor DUI after an incident at 7 p.m. Aug. 30. No location information was released. Police said a man was seen riding a bicycle swerving in and out of traffic while attempting to remain on the shoulder. The bike then crossed the road into oncoming traffic and caused vehicles to slow to prevent hitting him, police said. The bike was stopped, and Peterson was found riding it, police said. He fell to the ground and was found to be intoxicated, police said.

State Police at Carlisle (249-2121)

• Kalif J. Cary, 30, of Shippensburg, was charged with misdemeanor criminal mischief in the first block of Shippensburg Mobile Estates, Shippensburg Township, on Sept. 4. Police said Cary kicked the passenger side door of a vehicle during an argument.

• Two wooden posts were damaged in the 500 block of Park Drive, South Middleton Township, between 8 p.m. Sept. 7 and 8:03 a.m. Sept. 8.

• Police are investigating the theft of a cellphone at a cabin near Pine Grove Furnace State Park, Cooke Township, on Aug. 9.

• One person was injured in a crash on Ritner Highway, Southampton Township, at 2:45 p.m. Sept. 10. Police said Patricia W. Cressy, 83, of Chambersburg, was driving a 2003 Toyota Corolla south behind a 2003 Ford E-150, driven by Earnest L. Lynch, 84, of Shippensburg. Police said Lynch was attempting to make a turn, and Cressy’s vehicle rear-ended Lynch’s vehicle. Cressy was taken to Chambersburg Hospital by Shippensburg EMS for minor injuries.

• One person was injured in a three-vehicle crash on York Road and Baish Road, Monroe Township, at 7:36 a.m. Sept. 8. Police said Corey J. Mattila, 23, of Boiling Springs, was driving a 2003 Ford Explorer south when he rear-ended a 2015 Nissan Murano driven by Melissa M. Stockley, 32, of Gardners, which was stooped attempting to make a turn. Stockley’s vehicle then hit a 2006 Chevrolet Blazer, driven by George H. Lehr, 58, of York, which was heading north. All vehicles were towed. Stockley was taken to Carlisle Regional Medical Center by Yellow Breeches EMS for moderate injuries. Mattila was charged with following too closely, emission inspection, driving without certificate of inspection and drivers required to be licensed.


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