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7.14.12 Shooting - N. Marshall St.

16 July 2012 by Det. Lt. Winters

On 14 July 2012, at approx. 3:17 pm, officers from the Lancaster City Bureau of Police were dispatched to the area of Marshall Street, for a reported shooting.  Lancaster Countywide Communications advised the officers that the victim was reportedly going to an area hospital.   Within a few minutes, the victim...

7.13.12 Robbery arrest

16 July 2012 by Lt. Todd Umstead

     At about 5:20 pm, Saturday, June 9th Officers of the Lancaster City Police were dispatched to the Kalimar Grocery Store, located at 520 S. Lime St, for the report of a Robbery that had just occurred.  After checking the area for the described suspect, Officer Michael Fisher spoke to...

7.10.12 Stabbing Investigation: Arrest, charges

16 July 2012

On 8 July 2012, at approx. 3:05 am, officers from the Lancaster City Bureau of Police responded to 239 W. King Street for a stabbing.   Officers encountered the victim, who was riding in a vehicle, and learned that he had been stabbed on W. King Street, outside of 239 W.

7.10.12 Stolen car pursuit, arrest

16 July 2012 by Lt. Todd Umstead

     At 5:00 p.m. July 9, 2012 Lancaster County Wide Communication broadcast that a civilian was following a stolen vehicle in the area of Lancaster Township and that officers from Manheim Township were currently looking for the vehicle in the area of the Millersville Pike.

7.09.12 Burglary Prevention Tips

16 July 2012 by Sgt. Tim Frey

     During the recent hot weather the Lancaster City Bureau of Police saw an increased number of burglaries in Lancaster City. Unlocked doors, open windows, and air conditioners mounted in windows on the first floor were common issues leading to residential entries.

7.03.12 Stabbing, Attempted Robbery

4 July 2012

     At 11:18 p.m. July 2, 2012, LCPD officers responded to a stabbing / robbery that had just occurred in the area of N. Market St. and W. James St. Officers located several victims and witnesses and learned that at least two suspects had approached three male victims in the...