New Cumberland Man Arrested For Simple Assault

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 WSR2014-10-00425 – October 13th, 2014

On Monday morning, October 13th, West Shore Regional Police Officers were dispatched to S 3rd Street and Bosler Avenue at 9:06 AM to meet a victim in reference to a male attempting to hit him with his vehicle.  The victim stated that the accused, Bradley Paul MILLER, of the 500 block of Bridge Street in New Cumberland, passed him on S. 3rd Street and yelled obscenities at him.  MILLER then turned onto Bosler Avenue and turned around.  MILLER then sped towards the victim and slammed on the brakes leaving skid marks on the street and crosswalk.  The victim stated that he had to jump out of the way or he would have been hit by the vehicle.   MILLER then laughed at the victim and drove away.

MILLER was located and taken before MDJ Beckley for one count Simple Assault and one count of Reckless Driving.  A preliminary hearing was set for Wednesday, November 5, 2014 at 10:30 AM.

Mystery Monday – Still Need Help Identifying!

WSR20140800218 – August 7, 2014

**PLEASE SHARE AND HELP US IDENTIFY THESE SUSPECTS**

West Shore Regional Police is still looking to identify these suspects, we have had many leads but nothing that has helped us solve this case.  Please share with anyone and everyone to assist us!

On Thursday, August 7, 2014, at 9:40 am, officers from the West Shore Regional Police Department were dispatched to the Lemoyne Borough Pool located at 98 Herman Avenue, Lemoyne,  for a burglary that occurred overnight.

It was determined that the  pool office was entered, by force, sometime between August 6, 2014 at 8 PM and August 7th at 9:30 AM.  Security footage was obtained and the suspects are shown in the pictures above.  The suspects are a white male and a white female.  The female can be seen in the footage wearing a jacket with the last name LOWRY on it  Anyone who recognizes these individuals and / or has information on their whereabouts, please contact the West Shore Regional Police Department at 717.238.9676.

Carlisle Man Arrested for DUI

SEASEWSR20141000376 – October 12, 2014

On Sunday, October 12, 2014 at 12:58 am, a West Shore Regional Police Officer stopped a red 2006 Hyundai Sonata for multiple traffic violations on the first to sixth blocks of Market Street in the Borough of Lemoyne.

The operator, Anthony Joseph Malik SEASE of the 100 block of East High Street in Carlisle Borough, was found to be intoxicated.   SEASE was also found to have a suspended driver’s license.  SEASE was taken into custody and transported to Cumberland County Prison for processing.  SEASE submitted to a blood test at the prison.

Upon receipt of the test results, a criminal complaint will be filed for SEASE with MDJ Beckley’s office.  SEASE is charged with Driving Under The Influence Of Alcohol Or A Controlled Substance, Driving Under Suspension, Driving Vehicle At Safe Speed, and Unlawful Activities.

Lower Allen Township Man Arrested For Drug DUI

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WSR20141000369 – October 11, 2014

On Saturday, October 11, 2014 at 8:19 PM a West Shore Regional Police Officer stopped a black 2000 Lincoln sedan for a traffic violation in the 800 block of State Street in the Borough of Lemoyne.

The operator, Kenneth Jamar MARSHALL of the 1100 block of Columbus Avenue in Lower Allen Township, was found to be under the influence of marijuana.  MARSHALL was taken into custody.  MARSHALL’s passenger, a 17 year old juvenile male, was found to also be under the influence of marijuana and was in possession of a small amount of marijuana.

MARSHALL was transported to the Cumberland County Prison for processing.  There he submitted to a blood test.  Upon receipt of the test results, charges will be filed against MARSHALL with MDJ Beckley’s Office.  MARSHALL is charged with Driving Under The Influence of a Controlled Substance, Unlawful Activities and Restraint Systems.

The juvenile male was cited for Disorderly Conduct and released to his parents.

Harrisburg Man Arrested For Robbery At Turkey Hill

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October 10, 2014 – WSR2014-10-398

On Friday, October 10, 2014 around 3PM West Shore Regional Police were dispatched to the Turkey Hill located on S. Third Street in Lemoyne for a robbery.  Officers arrived to learn that an older white male, entered the store, and demanded money.  The suspect fled in a blue mini-van on Interstate 83 Northbound.  Through an investigation, 54-year-old Randal Emory KALBFLEISCH of the 400 Block of S. 13th Street was developed as a suspect.  Officers were conducting the investigation, when they learned that Susquehanna Township Police had just stopped KALBFLEISCH and believe he may have just robbed the McDonald’s in their township.

KALBFLEISCH was interviewed by Officers from West Shore Regional and Susquehanna Township Police.  KALBFLEISCH admitted to committing both of the above incidents along with robberies over the weekend in Harrisburg City, Swatara Township (Dauphin County), and Lower Allen Township.

KALBFLEISCH was taken to Dauphin County Judicial Center, where he is awaiting arraignment on the criminal charges.  Thanks to all agencies involved who assisted with the investigation.

Three Arrested For Robbery in Lemoyne

 

October 9, 2014 – WSR2014-10-00290

On Wednesday, October 9, 2014 West Shore Regional Police were dispatched to the 700 Block Pear Street near the Seventh Street Walking Bridge in Lemoyne Borough for a robbery.  Officers arrived to find the victim was robbed on the Seventh Street Bridge and suffered moderate injuries.  The victim was thrown to the ground, punched numerous times, and had multiple items stolen from him.  Through an investigation, 21-year-old Jordan Anthony DOUGLAS and 20-year-old Brody Dylan WILT, both of the 100 Block of Herman Avenue were developed as suspects along with a juvenile male.

A search warrant was conducted at the WILT Residence and the stolen items from the victim were recovered.  DOUGLAS and WILT were taken into custody and transported to Cumberland County Prison.  Both were charged with Robbery, Conspiracy to Commit Robbery, Theft by Unlawful Taking, and Simple Assault.

The juvenile in this matter will have the same criminal charges filed with the Cumberland County Juvenile Probation Office.