SUSPECT: Described as Black Male 20's approximately 5' 6", 150 Lbs. Hair described as short dreadlocks or braids.
At 2:39 a.m. September 12, 2013 Lancaster City Police officers responded to a burglar alarm at Lancaster Mitsubishi, 1009 N. Prince St. Upon arrival officers found one of the rear service bay doors knocked off the track and laying in the parking lot. A bicycle was laying on the ground outside of a door to the business. The building was searched utilizing LCPD K9 Tom but no suspect was located. An employee of Lancaster Mitsubishi responded and advised that a 2010 Dodge Caravan was missing from their service bay. As this information was being gathered, Lancaster County Wide Communications advised that East Lampeter Police officers were involved in a pursuit of a school bus in their jurisdiction that ultimately crashed into a tree. The driver of the bus was identified as:
On 10 Sept. 2013, at approx. 4:17 PM, officers from the Lancaster City Bureau of Police were dispatched to the area of 722 Manor Street for a fight in progress. While enroute to the scene, officers were advised by dispatchers that someone may have been stabbed. When the officers arrived at the scene, they found a large group of people and a victim, who appeared to have been stabbed. EMS responded to the scene and transported the victim to an area hospital for treatment for a stab wound to the chest. The victim, who was identified as an 18 year old Lancaster male, underwent surgery for his injuries and is currently listed in stable condition.
At 10:21 a.m., September 5, 2013, Lancaster City Police Officers were dispatched to the Northwest Savings Bank, 922 Columbia Ave. for a report of suspicious activity. It was reported that two females entered the bank wearing masks and surgical gloves, one carrying a handgun, and the other had a handgun in her waistband. The females loitered in the lobby for a few minutes, and at one point they walked toward the vault area. The females left the bank after one of the tellers attempted to engage the women in conversation. Officers immediately responded to the bank and checked the surrounding area for persons matching the descriptions provided to dispatchers by bank employees. Two females matching the descriptions were located walking in the 300 blk. W. Orange St. by Off. Eliud Tirado and were detained for further investigation. Sgt. Mark Heiser arrived with Officer Tirado and coordinated the initial investigation. Detectives were notified and responded to assist. The females were positively identified by bank employees and were taken into custody. A bag that one of the suspects was carrying contained two pellet pistols. The suspects were identified as Yomaira Correa, 22-year-old female, and Alice Purdue-Davis, 32-year-old female. Both are residents of an apartment in the 200 blk. W. Walnut St., Lancaster. They were interviewed by detectives and subsequently charged with Robbery and Criminal Conspiracy by Det. Bill Breault before MDJ Richard Simms. They are currently being held for arraignment.
Peter John Dooley