CHILD SAFETY SEAT CHECKS AND INSTALLATIONS
THE WEST SHORE REGIONAL POLICE DEPARTMENT NOW HAS TWO STAFF MEMBERS CERTIFIED IN CHILD SAFETY SEAT CHECKS, AS WELL AS INSTALLATIONS. THIS SERVICE IS AVAILABLE TO RESIDENTS OF WORMLEYSBURG AND LEMOYNE. AN APPOINTMENT IS NEEDED FOR THIS SERVICE. IF INTERESTED, CONTACT OUR OFFICE AT 717.737.8734 TO SET UP AN APPOINTMENT.
March 8, 2014 – WSR20140300377
On Saturday, March 8, 2014 around 11:40 PM a West Shore Regional Police Officer stopped a vehicle in Lemoyne Borough. The vehicle was driven by 28-year-old Micheal T. MESSICK of the 1300 Block of Brandt Avenue, New Cumberland. MESSICK showed signs of intoxication and was arrested.
MESSICK was transported to Cumberland County Prison, where he submitted to a legal blood test.
Charges will be filed with MDJ Beckley’s Office upon receipt of the blood toxicology results.
20140300381 – March 9, 2014
A Lemoyne couple were cited after a West Shore Regional Police Officer responded to a report of a possible domestic dispute. WSRPD received a report of a possible domestic argument around 12:35 am on Sunday, March 9, 2014. The caller reported that a male and a female were yelling at each other at a level that woke the caller from their sleep.
When the Officer arrived he determined that the couple, that had been fighting, were James Joseph WINDEMAKER, 57, and Debra Lynne WINDEMAKER, 55, both from the 400 block of Herman Avenue in Lemoyne. Based on the information received by the Officer both WINDEMAKER’s were issued citations for Disorderly Conduct. Those citations will be filed with MDJ Beckley’s office.
Saturday, March 8, 2014 – WSR20140300344
On Saturday, March 8, 2014, at 11:15am, West Shore Regional Police received a call reference an automobile crash with injuries at the intersection of South Front Street and 2nd Avenue in Wormleysburg Borough. A black 2008 Chevrolet Malibu pulled out of 2nd Avenue into traffic on South Front Street without yielding the right of way to oncoming traffic. The Chevrolet pulled out onto South Front Street in front of a red 2008 Nissan Altima causing a collision. Both vehicles were severely damaged and required towing from the scene. The collision resulted in injuries to the operators of both vehicles. They were transported to the hospital for treatment. The operator for the 2008 Chevrolet Malibu was cited for several traffic violations.
West Shore Regional Police were assisted in this incident by the West Shore Bureau of Fire, West Shore EMS and Camp Hill EMS.
March 8, 2014 – STREET CLOSURE NOTICE
LEMOYNE – Lemoyne residents for the next six months will experience intermittent street closures and parking restrictions while construction crews dig a great big trench down Herman Avenue and other streets in the Borough.
On Monday the Lemoyne Sewer Authority will begin work on a new sewer line, which will be installed on Herman Avenue from 7th to 1st streets, on S. 1st Street and on the first block of Hummel Avenue.
Work will be completed in stages – the entire project area won’t be under construction all at once – and most of the construction is expected to be finished within six months.
Borough officials this week notified property owners on the east side 3rd Street, who will be impacted by the project over the next two months.
To lay the new 18-inch sewer line, a trench, an average 20 feet deep and in some places 30 feet deep, will be dug into the street. At Third Street and Herman Avenue, an opening for the pipe will be bored under the pavement. The new line will hookup to the borough’s lower trunk sewer line.
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation is paying for the new $3.4 million line.
The new line will replace an old clay sewer pipe, which runs beneath Interstate 83 and Route 581. As a component of a broader PennDOT improvement project at Interstate 83 and the York Split, PennDOT wants the old the pipe abandoned; running a line down Herman Avenue was the least expensive option, according to Robert Ihlein, Borough Manager
Water and gas line work also might occur while the sewer project is in progress and streets will be repaved once construction has been completed.
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March 8, 2014 – WSR20140300325
On Saturday, March 8, 2014 around 12:45 AM a West Shore Regional Police Officer stopped a vehicle at S. Front Street and the Market Street Bridge in Wormleysburg Borough. The vehicle was driven by 64-year-old Willard R. MOORE (pictured right) of the 2600 Block of N. 5th Street in Harrisburg. The vehicle was also occupied by 20-year-old Bashirah N. JONES (pictured center) of the 100 block of College Hill Road, Enola and 20-year-old Jakira J. BROWN (pictured left) of the 100 block of College Hill Road, Enola.
Through an investigation JONES and BROWN provided false identification to the investigating officer and were arrested. MOORE was found not only to have an active arrest warrant from another department but also to be in possession of marijuana.
All three were arrested and transported to the Cumberland County Prison for processing. JONES and BROWN were charged with False Identification to Law Enforcement Authorities and MOORE was charged with Possession of Marijuana. The charges will be filed with MDJ Beckley’s Office.