Shiremanstown Borough Man Arrested For DUI


WSR20140600798 – Sunday, June 22, 2014

On Sunday, June 22, 2014 at 12:52 AM a West Shore Regional Police Officer stopped a red 2012 Ford Focus sedan for speeding on S. 3rd St in Lemoyne Borough.

The operator, Zachary Allen HARTRANFT of the first block of Oneida Road in Shiremanstown Borough, exhibited signs of intoxication.  HARTRANFT was taken into custody and transported to the Cumberland County Prison for processing.  HARTRANFT submitted to a blood test at the Prison.

Charges for Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol or Controlled Substance will be filed against HARTRANFT with MDJ Beckley’s Office after receipt of the blood test results.

WSRPD Attempting to Identify Retail Theft Suspects

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On Thursday, June 19, 2014 at 6:10 PM officers were dispatched to the Dollar General in the 800 block of Market Street in the Borough of Lemoyne for a Retail Theft that occurred earlier in the day.

Two female suspects entered the store earlier in the day and stole multiple items before fleeing in an older style, green Buick.

Anyone with information as to the identity of the suspects is asked to call the West Shore Regional Police Dept (717)238-9676.

Two Wormleysburg vehicles stolen after keys left inside.

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The West Shore Regional Police Department is investigating a report of two (2) stolen vehicles from the 300 block of S. Front Street in Wormleysburg.   We are also investigating another report of a vehicle being entered and rummaged through in the same area.

The victims are reporting that they parked the vehicles and went to bed.  A set of keys to both stolen vehicles were left inside an unlocked vehicle.

One of the stolen vehicles was found a block away on S. Front Street.  The other vehicle was recovered in White Hall, Maryland.  A suspect in this investigation was arrested by the Harford County Sheriffs Department on unrelated charges.  

If anyone saw any suspicious persons in the area around or after 11 PM is asked to contact the West Shore Regional Police Department at 717.238.9676.

Harrisburg Man Arrested For Retail Theft


WSR20140600681 – JUNE 18, 2014

On Wednesday, June 18, 2014 around 8:15 AM the West Shore Regional Police Department was called to the Dollar General Store at 840 Market Street in Lemoyne.  The manager reported that a male was putting items into a bag in the rear of the store.  While speaking with 911 the suspect fled the store on foot.

Officers searched the area and observed a male walking on Market Street, about 3 blocks from the store.  The male matched the description given by the store manager.  The male was stopped and identified as 45-year-old, Andra Maurice MCCLEAVE, from the 2100 block of Susquehanna Street in Harrisburg.  MCCLEAVE was taken into custody and charged with Retail Theft.

MCCLEAVE was also identified as the suspect in two previous Retail Thefts at this Dollar General Store.  Those incidents were on May 2, 2014 and June 12, 2014.

MCCLEAVE was arraigned by Magisterial District Judge Elizabeth Beckley and bail was set at $5000.00.  He was taken to the Cumberland County Prison to be processed and committed.  A preliminary Hearing has been set for July 2, 2014 at 8:30 AM.

Lower Allen Man Arrested for Furnishing Liquor to Minors. Four others arrested for Underage Drinking.

201406632201406632 – June 16, 2014

On Monday, June 16, 2014 at 9:48 PM an officer from West Shore Regional Police discovered five people in the confines of Rupley Memorial Park in Wormleysburg Borough.

The officer noticed two open bottles of liquor.

On further investigation the officer learned that Alex Joseph CRAMER, 21 years of age, from the 1700 block of Carlisle Road in Lower Allen Township provided two juveniles and two other persons under the age of 21 with whiskey and vodka.   CRAMER was taken into custody and transported to the Cumberland County Prison for processing.  Charges will be filed with MDJ Beckley’s Office.

The officer also issued Non-Traffic citations for Purchase, Consumption, Possession or Transportation of Liquor or Malt or Brewed Beverages to the others that were under 21 years of age.  Everyone under 21 was picked up by a supervising adult.


New Cumberland Couple Arrested After Driving Car into Turkey Hill Store




WSR20140600661 – Tuesday, June 17, 2014

On Tuesday, June 17, 2014 at approximately 8:43 PM West Shore Regional Police were called to the Turkey Hill store located at 438 S. 3rd Street in Lemoyne for a vehicle that was driven into the building.  Officers arrived to find a blue 1992 Ford Crown Victoria with heavy front end damage sitting in front of the store.  The Turkey Hill store had suffered heavy damage as the Ford had been driven through the front of the store and into the interior.

Officers met with the alleged driver of the Ford, Amy Sharar of the 700 block of Harding Street in New Cumberland, who claimed to have been parking her vehicle when her foot slipped off of the brake and onto the accelerator.  This caused her vehicle to drive into the building.  Sharar claimed to have been driving the vehicle and stated she was the sole occupant.  Sharar gave a signed written statement to Officers stating this.

Witnesses at the scene stated and a review of the store’s surveillance video showed that Sharar was inside the store and not in the vehicle at the time of the incident.  Sharar’s boyfriend, Jose Mulero of the same address, had arrived with her in the Ford.  Mulero drove the vehicle into the building.  Mulero then fled the scene on foot.

Sharar was arrested at the scene for Unsworn Falsification to Authorities and False Reports to Law Enforcement Authorities.  Sharar was taken to Cumberland County Prison for processing.

Officers were able to apprehend Mulero several hours later.  Mulero was taken to Cumberland County Prison for processing.  He is charged with Accidents Involving Damage to Attended Vehicles or Property, Recklessly Endangering Another Person, Careless Driving, and Driving While Operating Privilege is Suspended or Revoked.

The Turkey Hill was occupied by employees and patrons at the time of the incident.  No injuries were reported.  The Turkey Hill was closed until repairs can be completed.