June 8, 2015 – Cumberland County Police Testing
Do You Have What It Takes To Be A Police Officer???
West Shore Regional Police Department is again participating in the 2015 Cumberland County Police Consortium Testing. Applications are only accepted on-line and can be found at http://www.cumberlandcountypolicetest.com. All information regarding the process, testing dates, and applications can be found at the above website. Deadline to apply is Friday August 14, 2015.
June 7, 2015 – WSR2015-06-00223
A felony arrest warrant for Chalmers A. SIMPSON, Jr has been issued by MDJ Beckley’s office. SIMPSON is wanted in connection with a Retail Theft incident that occurred at the Dollar General Store located at 840 Market Street in the Borough of Lemoyne on Friday, June 5, 2015 at approximately 9:26 p.m.
SIMPSON is from the 500 block of Maclay Street in Harrisburg City and anyone with information on his whereabouts should contact the West Shore Regional Police Department at 717.238.9676.
Investigation continues on the identity of the second male involved in the theft.
June 5, 2015 – WSR2015-06-00223
The West Shore Regional Police Department is looking for assistance in identifying the above male in reference to a retail theft that took place at the Dollar General Store located at 840 Market Street in the Borough of Lemoyne which occurred on Friday, June 5, 2015 at approximately 9:26 p.m.
The male entered the store and removed to coffee makers from the shelf and exited the store without paying for the merchandise. When the male was confronted by an employee he denied not paying and got into the passenger seat of a vehicle.
The operator of the vehicle has been identified and the investigation continues. Anyone with information on the male should contact the West Shore Regional Police Department at 717-238-9676. Thank you for your assistance!
June 1, 2015 – WSR2015-05-01293
On Monday, June 1, 2015 20-year-old Orion Anthony BEKELJA of the 600 Block of Market Street in the Borough of Lemoyne was arrested for Rape, Sexual Assault, Unlawful Restraint, Simple Assault and Terroristic Threats. An investigation found that BEKELJA forced a female victim to have sex with him. BEKELJA kept the victim at his apartment in Lemoyne against her will and threatened to kill her if she said anything to anyone.
BEKELJA was taken into custody without incident. BEKELJA was arraigned by MDJ Beckley with bail set at $20,000. BEKELJA was committed to the Cumberland County Prison and a preliminary hearing was scheduled.
May 30, 2015 – WSR2015-05-01225
On Saturday, May 30, 2015 at about 12:20 AM West Shore Regional Police was dispatched to the area of Herman Avenue and South Fourth Street in the Borough of Lemoyne for a possible active fight over a stolen bicycle.
Officers arrived on scene and found through investigation that a male juvenile had stolen a bicycle along South Fourth Street and brought it back to a residence on Herman Avenue. Once at the residence it was found that 24 year old, Jared Christopher WINTERS of the 300 block of Herman Avenue, used the stolen bicycle to purchase alcohol. WINTERS was charged with Receiving Stolen Property and the male juvenile will be charged with Theft by Unlawful Taking.
Both were transported to the Cumberland County Prison for processing. The male juvenile was released to his parents and the charges will be filed with Cumberland County Juvenile Probation. WINTERS charges will be filed at MDJ Beckley’s Office. WINTERS was held at Cumberland County Prison on a detainer for a Probation Violation.
The bicycle was returned to its owner.
The West Shore Regional Police Department was assisted on scene by the Lower Allen Township and the New Cumberland Borough Police Departments.
May 28, 2015 – WSR2015-05-01126
On Thursday, May 28, 2015 at 6:30 AM West Shore Regional Police were dispatched to the first block of South Second Street in the Borough of Wormleysburg for a theft of lawn furniture.
Officers arrived and found that there were several residents in the area that had lawn furniture or lawn decorations removed from their porches or flower beds.
A victim reported that he saw one of his missing items at the intersection of Locust and South River Streets. The victim then walked around the neighborhood and found his remaining items in the backyard of a residence in the 100 block of South Second Street.
Officers made contact with Michelle ALLISON (White Female, 47 years old) at the residence and she admitted to taking the items. Other items were discovered at her residence and returned.
It was also learned that ALLISON attempted to remove decorative lights from a flower bed and damaged the flower bed.
ALLISON was transported to the Cumberland County Prison for processing and was released.
Charges of Theft by Unlawful Taking and Criminal Mischief will be filed with MDJ Beckley’s office and ALLISON will appear at a later date.