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DRIVER CHARGED IN CRASH Police have filed charges against the driver of an SUV that crashed and rolled over on Waltonville Road, near Fox Glen Road on Nov. 8. The driver of the Ford Escape, Nathan P. Look, 23, of Mill Street was charged with DUI of a controlled substance, driving on a suspended license and driving at an unsafe speed. Look crashed his vehicle around 4 a.m. while going around a sharp curve on Waltonville Road, but wasn’t injured. The roadway was closed for several hours as crews worked to clear the scene.

HIT-AND-RUN CHARGE A Dover woman was charged for leaving the scene of an accident after she allegedly was involved in a crash at the intersection of Areba Avenue and Hockersville Road on Thursday, Nov. 12. Police said Alana Trozzi, 27, was driving on a suspended license when she was involved in a crash and then fled the scene in her 2008 Ford Fusion. Police located Trozzi a short time later and charged her with fleeing the scene of a crash, driving on a suspended license, failing to give information and render aid in a crash, failing to notify police of a crash and providing police with false information. Police said Trozzi told officers she was inside the vehicle, but wasn’t driving when the crash occurred. Police also said Trozzi is facing her third offense for driving on a suspended license.

DUI CHARGE Police charged 45-year-old Jack T. Tillitson of Middletown with DUI following a crash on Middletown Road on Oct. 31 around 7:45 p.m. Police also charged Tillitson with failing to drive on the right side of the road and for driving on a suspended license. Steven E. Bollinger, 36, of Millard Street was charged with DUI of a controlled substance in a Nov. 1 incident on East Chocolate Avenue. Bollinger was also charged with possession of a small amount of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and driving a vehicle with an expired inspection.

FAKE BURGLARY A Virginia man faces charges after police said he reported a fake burglary at the Saratoga Building of the Briarcrest Apartments on Nov. 8. According to police, Anthony E. Albert, 24, called police and reported that there was a burglary in progress in the apartment and he was inside with the vandal. Police said they responded to the call only to learn Albert concocted the story and there was no burglary. Albert was charged with reporting a false alarm to an agency of public safety and for providing a false report to law enforcement.

HARASSMENT VIA PHONE Police charged Smokey L. Shifflett of Elizabethtown with harassment for allegedly harassing another person between Nov. 15 and Nov. 18. Police said Shifflett called the victim’s home 35 times in an 11-minute span Nov. 15 and then on Nov. 18, he called nine times in an 11-minute span. Police said later in the day on Nov. 18, Shifflett called the victim’s cell phone 23 times between 9:18 and 10:10 p.m.

CRASH ON 743 Police responded to a single-vehicle crash on Laudermilch Road (Route 743) near Bindagle Road on

Wednesday, Nov. 25, around 6:20 p.m. According to police, the crash occurred when the driver of a 1996 Ford F-350 tried to avoid hitting a deer and crashed into some trees and flipped on its side. Police said one person was injured and the vehicle had to be towed from the scene.

GAS PUMP STRUCK Charges have been filed against a Steelton woman whose vehicle allegedly struck the gas pumps at the Gulf Station on West Governor Road on Nov. 20. Kelly J. Taylor, 56, was charged with damaging a vehicle or property and for failing to give information and render aid. According to police, Taylor hit the pump with the passenger’s side of her vehicle and then left the gas station. After a witness called in her license plate, police located Taylor a few days later and Taylor told the officer she was not aware she struck the pump, but thought she had struck the concrete bollard.


MARIJUANA POSSESSION Police charged a 13-year-old boy with possessing a small amount of marijuana following an investigation at Palmyra Area Middle School around 10 a.m. on Thursday, Oct. 8.


WALMART THEFT Police have charged a 51-year-old woman and a 17-yearold male in an alleged theft at Walmart on Oct. 17. Police said Kathy Flanagan and the juvenile concealed DVDs in a purse and left the store without paying. Police said the two were also charged with conspiracy to commit retail theft. Police have charged 50-year-old Carla Bergami with retail theft after she allegedly stole $232 worth of merchandise from the store without paying on Tuesday, Nov. 24. Givi Makhatadze, 31, of Philadelphia was charged after police said she was walking out of the store with a cart full of merchandise valued at $344 on Nov. 24. Makhatadze was arrested and charged with retail theft in the alleged incident.

THEFT FROM VEHICLES Police said eight vehicles in multiple locations throughout the township were broken into between Nov. 23 and 24. Police said various items were taken from the vehicles, which were parked on Willow Lane, Sweetwater Drive, Hetrick Avenue, Miller Street, Limestone Lane and Hedge Row Lane. North Londonderry Township Police remind residents to lock their vehicles and remove any valuables from inside their cars. Anyone with information about these incidents is asked to call North Londonderry Township Police.

DOMESTIC DISPUTE Police charged 38-year-old Jeremy Trostle of Dogwood Drive with simple assault and harassment after police responded to a domestic dispute call Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, Nov. 26, around noon. Police said Trostle was transported to Lebanon County Central Booking and charged.

DUI CHARGE Police charged Jonathan Fisher, 32, of Longview Drive

with DUI in an alleged Aug. 9 incident on South Lingle Avenue at Wheatstone Drive. Police also charged Fisher with driving on a suspended license and a lighting violation. Stephanie Toledo-Valentin, 25, of Annville was charged with DUI following a traffic stop Sept. 4 on the 1100 block of West Main Street. Toledo-Valentin was also charged with a learner’s permit violation. Police said her blood-alcohol level was .249 percent.


HIT-AND-RUN INVESTIGATION Police are investigating a hit-and-run on the 700 block of Beech Street that occurred sometime Tuesday, Nov. 26. Police said the vehicle was traveling west on Beech Street when it crashed into a tree at 714 Beech Street, and then the driver fled the scene. Police said transfer paint on the tree indicates the vehicle was blue and has damage to its passenger side area. Anyone with information about this incident is asked to call South Londonderry Township Police at 838-1376. Police are investigating a hit-and-run on the 1500 block of Mt. Wilson Road that occurred in the early morning hours of Friday, Nov. 20. Police said the vehicle was traveling westbound when it came off the roadway and struck a septic pump, chairs and a garage and then fled the scene. Anyone with information about this incident is asked to call South Londonderry Township Police.

UNDERAGE DRINKING Police charged Kyle Marx, 19, and Alexander Daley, 20, both of Palmyra with underage drinking following an alleged incident at Klick Lewis Arena on Monday, Nov. 23, around 9:30 p.m. Daley and Marx, both former hockey players for Palmyra, were charged during the Cougars’ game against Manheim Township.

CHARGED IN CRASH A Harrisburg man faces a charge after police said he rear-ended another vehicle at the intersection of Northside Drive and South Lingle Avenue on Wednesday, Nov. 25, around 2 a.m. Police said a vehicle driven by Jerson Tejeda Jr., 20, struck the rear of a vehicle driven by Mohab Mohmed-Basyouni Ahmed, 20, of Harrisburg. No injuries were reported, but Tejeda’s vehicle, a Honda coupe, had to be towed from the scene. Tejeda was charged with failing to drive his vehicle at a safe speed.


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