Police log for 2/26

February 25, 2001

Police log for 2/26

VCR, car keys missing in dealership theft

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Someone stole a VCR and five sets of car keys from a car dealership in Hamilton Township sometime last week, Pennsylvania State Police said.

Someone broke a window into the West Side Auto Sales, 1101 Lincoln Way West, between Wednesday and Saturday and removed a Panasonic VCR and five sets of keys, police said.

The keys belong to vehicles currently on display for sale.

Anyone with information can contact Pennsylvania State Police in Chambersburg at 717-264-5161.

One injured in car, school bus collision

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - One person was injured when a car and a school bus collided Thursday afternoon in Guilford Township, Pennsylvania State Police said.

A 1989 Buick driven by Thomas Harold Bishop, 262 Westover Way, Chambersburg, Pa., and a school bus driven by Carl McKee, 4615 Newman Road, Fayetteville, Pa., collided at the intersection of McKinley Street and Shady Side Drive at 1:49 p.m. Thursday.


Schools dismissed early Thursday due to the snow.

Bishop was treated from minor injuries at Chambersburg Hospital. McKee and the 14 children on the bus were not injured, police said.

The bus was headed south on Shady Side Drive when the driver of the second car, which was east on McKinley Street, failed to stop for a stop sign, police alleged.

The left front of the car struck the right front corner of the bus, police said.

The car had severe damage and needed to be towed. The bus only had minor damage, police said.

No charges have been filed in the accident.

Juvenile charged with assaulting employees

SOUTH MOUNTAIN, Pa. - A 12-year-old girl faces charges after she assaulted two employees at a juvenile facility last week, Pennsylvania State Police said.

Charges against the girl were filed with Franklin County Juvenile Probation, following the Wednesday morning incident, police said.

The girl assaulted a male and a female employee at Vision Quest, 1011 Rocky Mountain Road at 7:30 a.m., police alleged.

Police did not provide any information on whether the employees sustained any injuries.

Help requested in Pa. burglary, bomb threat

WAYNESBORO, Pa. - The Waynesboro Police Department is currently investigating the burglary of the Waynesboro High School. Unknown people broke a door window to gain entry into the Athletic Department office. Once inside, the people pried open a locked filing cabinet and removed an undetermined amount of cash. The people also removed numerous keys and 11 Motorola portable radios. Value of the stolen property is approximately $4,000.

Additionally, the Pennsylvania Police are currently investigating the threat of a bomb explosion that was to go off on Oct. 7, 2000, at Grove Worldwide. Unknown people wrote the threat on the wall of the sub-assembly area. A search of the area proved to be negative for a bomb.

Crime Solvers is seeking your help. If you have any information, call 1-717-263-3000. Information leading to the arrest and conviction of the persons involved may result in a reward of up to $1,000. Call 24 hours. Remember you need not leave your name.

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