April 11, 2014 – WSR20140400381
On Friday, April 11, 2014 the West Shore Regional Police Department took a report from the Antique Market Place in Lemoyne Borough. The store reported a theft of a woman’s ring with 5 clear stones with a reported white gold band. After reviewing surveillance video, the male pictured is believed to be a suspect.
Officers are requesting assistance in identifying the male. Anyone with information is requested to contact the West Shore Regional Police Department at (717) 238-9676.
April 11, 2014 – CSI @ WSRPD Reminder!
Tonight, April, 11, 2014, the West Shore Regional Police Department, Lemoyne’s Mayor, Larissa York and Lemoyne’s Crime Watch Group, “Eye on Crime”, will be hosting a “CSI” event at the police station (510 Herman Avenue in Lemoyne) for teenagers. The intent of the event is to gain interest from the teen aged residents in the community.
The more collaboration and “eyes and ears” on the streets of both Wormleysburg and Lemoyne will make the area safer and could assist in preventing and solving crime.
The evening will begin at 7:00 PM and will include tours of the police station, the mobile unit of the Cumberland County Forensic’s Team, a Taser demonstration with a “surprise” volunteer and Pizza for all attendees. All teenagers from both Boroughs are invited to attend.
April 7, 2014 – Street Cleaning Reminder!
All Lemoyne Residents are reminded that Street Cleaning will begin again TOMORROW Tuesday, April 8, 2014. Please check the posted signs on your streets to ensure you are parking appropriately.
WSR20140400222 – Sunday, April 6, 2014
On Sunday, April 6, 2014 at approximately 3:25 pm a white male in a blue and white pickup truck entered a property in the 1oo block of N. 2nd Street in Wormleysburg Borough. That male, later identified as 49 year old Randy Lee SMITH of 16 E. Main Street in New Kingstown (Silver Spring Township), took approximately $500 worth of metal fencing parts that were piled up at the rear of the home. SMITH had been confronted by the property owner and told to put the items back but he fled the scene with the items. The West Shore Regional Police later located the stolen property at Smith’s home. It is believed that SMITH had intended to scrap the metal for money.
SMITH was arrested for Theft by Unlawful Taking or Disposition and taken to Cumberland County Prison for processing and arraignment. He is being held on $500.00 bail and a detainer from the State Board of Probation and Parole. A Preliminary Hearing will be held at MDJ Beckley’s Office on a later date.
WSR20140400232 – APRIL 7, 2014
Around 1:35 am on Monday, April 7, 2014 a West Shore Regional Police Officer was on patrol and checking Negley Park in Lemoyne. He found a green Honda Civic in the lower pavilion area of the park. Further investigation found that the driver of this vehicle, 21-year-old Michael VALERA of the 1st block of Thomas Street in Harrisburg was driving under suspension and that he had an outstanding warrant out of the Harrisburg City Police Bureau. VALERA was taken into custody for the warrant and was turned over to Harrisburg Police. VALERA was cited for being in the park after hours and for driving under suspension.
A 16 year old juvenile female from the 2400 block of N. 6th Street in Harrisburg was with VALERA and was determined to be reported missing from Harrisburg City. This juvenile was also cited for being in the park after hours. She was turned over to Harrisburg City Police to be taken home.
WSR20140400229 – APRIL 6, 2014
Around 9:35 pm on Sunday, April 6, 2014 the West Shore Regional Police Department was called to a residence in the 200 block of E. Crestwood Drive in the Borough of Wormleysburg for a possible domestic dispute. When an officer arrived he learned that 21-year-old Devonte Montrell EASON and 21-year-old Chryshai Mo BASKERVILLE had gotten into an argument inside the apartment where EASON resides. Both EASON and BASKERVILLE, who is from the 500 block of Highland Street in Enhaut (Swatara Township) were cited for Disorderly Conduct. The citations will be filed with MDJ Beckley’s office.