Viewing entries posted in November 2012
On Monday November 26 approximately 8:15AM Officer Sumrall, the patrol officer assigned as the school resource officer at Reynolds Middle School – 605 W. Walnut St. was alerted by school staff that a 13 year old female student was walking to school in the area of the 100 Block of Nevin St. when she was approached by an unknown White Male subject. The unknown subject grabbed the student. Apparently a citizen who was near a car in the same block saw that something was happening and the citizen intervened pushing the unknown male away from the student. The student then ran to Reynolds Middle School and reported the incident to the staff. The student was not injured.
CRIME OF THE WEEK 12-44 Week of November 19th, 2012
On November 19, 2012, at 10:18 a.m. Jamaal HARRIS came to the Lancaster City Police station and turned himself in to Lancaster City Police Detectives. HARRIS was taken into custody without incident. HARRIS was taken before Magisterial District Judge Richard Simms for arraignment and was arraigned on one count of Criminal Homicide. Harris was subsequently committed to the Lancaster County Prison with no bail.
UPDATE INFORMATION ON WANTED SUBJECT AS OF 17 NOVEMBER 2012
At about 4:50 pm this afternoon, 14 Nov 12, Officers were dispatched to the area of the 500 Blk S. Lime St for a report of a shooting and a subject down. Upon arrival, Officers located the victim to the rear of the residences on the East side of the 500 Blk S. Lime St. The victim was found to be suffering from multiple gunshot wounds and was subsequently pronounced dead at the scene.
On October 1, 2012 a 29-year-old female came to the Lancaster City Police station to report inappropriate sexual contact by a School District Employee, that began in 1999. The victim was interviewed and an investigation ensued. The victim stated that in September 1999 she attended McCaskey High School and was 16 years of age. She stated that she joined the school’s gospel choir. Through the choir, she had contact with Clifton Rodney Jenkins, who was a chaperon and mentor employed by the School District of Lancaster.
UPDATED INFORMATION AS OF 6 November 2012
On November 4, 2012, at approx. 6:06 PM, officers from the Lancaster City Bureau of Police were dispatched to Arby’s, located at 132 Park City Center, for a shooting. It was later determined to be robbery, where no shots were fired. Officers responded to the restaurant and began receiving information from Lancaster Countywide Communications regarding the suspect’s description. Responding officers from A Platoon began securing the scene and located the four employees, who had been working at Arby’s at the time of the robbery. The officers quickly escorted the employees to safety and helped evacuate employees from other, nearby businesses, since it was unknown if the suspect was still within the Park City Mall. Officers from the Pennsylvania State Police (Troop J), the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Department and seven other police departments from across Lancaster County responded to assist with securing the large scene and with attempting to search the mall for the suspect. Several K-9 Units were brought in to assist with the search.
At 6:47 p.m. November 1, 2012, Lancaster City Police officers responded to Lancaster General Hospital, 555 N. Duke St. A 33-year-old New Jersey woman, later identified as Regina Anne Wallace, had made statements to LGH staff that she had been involved in a homicide in Ewing, NJ. Lancaster police officers immediately notified police in Ewing Township, NJ. Several hours later, investigators from Ewing Twp. Police advised Lancaster City Police investigators that they had issued an arrest warrant for Regina Wallace, charging her with Criminal Homicide. Wallace was subsequently arrested and charged by Lancaster City Police Det. Manual Luciano with Fugitive from Justice before MDJ Janice Jimenez. Wallace was arraigned and is currently being held in Lancaster County Prison in lieu of $1 million bail.