Intoxicated Male Arrested For Repeated Calls To 9-1-1

wsr2015-04-01091 April 26, 2015 – WSR2015-04-01091

On Sunday, April 26, 2015 at 12:13 AM Officers from the West Shore Regional Police Department conducted a traffic stop which resulted in a DUI arrest (See previous post WSR2015-04-01090).

The driver was transported to the Cumberland County Prison for processing and the passengers were provided a ride to a local home.

The front passenger, Jordan D. Littles, 22 years of age with no fixed address, was provided the information on his friend and vehicle involved.

At 1:05 AM the West Shore Regional Police were notified by Cumberland County Control that LITTLES had called 9-1-1 four separate times wanting to know where his friend was located.

Officers made contact with LITTLES and told him to stop calling 9-1-1, this was not an emergency.  LITTLES continued his calls.

LITTLES was then taken into custody without incident and transported to the Cumberland County Prison to be processed and arraigned on a charge of Harassment by the on call Magisterial District Judge.



APRIL 26, 2015 – WSR2015-04-01090

On Sunday, April 26, 2015 at approximately 12:13 am a West Shore Regional Police Officer performed a traffic stop on a silver in color Honda Civic.  The vehicle was clocked traveling 50 miles per hour in a posted 25 mile per hour zone in the Borough of Lemoyne.

The operator of the vehicle was identified a Jarrod Michael THOMAS, of the 2300 block of Grandview Drive in Newberry Township, Etters, York County, PA.  THOMAS exhibited signs of intoxication and admitted to drinking alcoholic beverages prior to driving.

THOMAS was taken into custody and transported to the Cumberland County Prison where he did submit to a chemical test of his blood.  Charges will be filed at MDJ Beckley’s office in Camp Hill upon the receipt  of the blood analysis results.

Lemoyne resident arrested for Driving Under the Influence

WSR2015-04-00999 April 24, 2015 – WSR2015-04-00999

On Friday, April 24, 2015 at 7:46 PM officers from West Shore Regional Police stopped a Ford F150 truck for traveling 43 MPH in a posted 25 MPH speed zone.

The driver was identified as James Hall BUFFINGTON, 61 years of age, of the 500 block of Hummel Avenue in Lemoyne Borough.

BUFFINGTON was found to be under the influence of an alcoholic beverage and was placed under arrest.

BUFFINGTON was transported to the Carlisle Regional Medical Center for legal blood and later transported to the Cumberland County Prison for processing.

Charges to be filed at Magisterial District Judge Beckley’s Office after the lab results are received.

Looking To Identify Graffiti Suspects.

April 23, 2015 – WSR2015-04-00980

The West Shore Regional Police Department is looking to identify the four (4) individuals above that are responsible for graffiti to multiple buildings in the 1200 Block of Market Street in Lemoyne Borough.  Anyone who can identify the suspects is asked to contact West Shore Regional Police at (717) 238-9676.

Enola Man Arrested for Retail Theft


April 23, 2015 – WSR2015-04-00962

On Thursday, April 23, 2015 the West Shore Regional Police Department was advised of a Retail Theft from the Turkey Hill gas station on South Third Street in Lemoyne Borough.

Through the officer’s investigation if was found that Joseph Kevin WISE of the 100 block of East Shady Lane in Enola (East Pennsboro Township) had pumped several gallons of fuel into his vehicle then drove away without paying.

WISE was arrested and then issued a citation for Retail Theft and then transported to the Cumberland County Prison for processing.  Charges are to be filed at MDJ Beckley’s Office in Camp Hill.


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April 23, 2015 – WSR2015-04-00299

**On Monday, April 27, 2015 – UNDERWOOD was taken into custody without incident.**

The West Shore Regional Police currently has an active arrest warrant for Jovante Marqul UNDERWOOD for a burglary incident that occurred on April 8, 2015 in Wormleysburg Borough.   UNDERWOOD was last known to reside in the 1900 Block of Market Street in Harrisburg City.  Anyone with information about the whereabouts of UNDERWOOD is asked to contact the West Shore Regional Police at 717-238-9676.