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Police briefs

May 07, 2008

Girl flown to Hershey after being struck by vehicle on U.S. 522 in Pa.



McCONNELLSBURG, Pa. -- A girl was flown to Hershey Medical Center on Monday after she was struck by a vehicle, Pennsylvania State Police said.

She was trying to cross U.S. 522 when she was struck, police said in a news release. Troopers responded to the scene at about 7:40 p.m.

The girl's condition was not available Wednesday morning, a trooper said.




Theft cases reported in Washington County



The Washington County Sheriff's Department responded to the following incidents recently, according to Lt. Mark Knight:

Tuesday

· At 12:30 p.m., theft was reported at Littman's Jewelry in the Valley Mall. A three-carat solitaire ring was taken.

· At 12:30 p.m., theft was reported in the 11000 block of Peacock Trail. About $900 in cash was taken.

· At 3 p.m., theft was reported t the Banana Republic at the Prime Outlets. About $10,000 worth of clothes were taken, possibly on Sunday.

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· At 7 p.m., theft was reported in the 19000 block of Mills Road. Saws were taken.

· At 7 p.m., theft was reported at the Park and Ride on Md. 65. The exhaust was cut off a vehicle.

· At 9 p.m., theft was reported in the 22000 block of Pondsville Road. About $1,000 was taken.

Wednesday:

· At 12:30 a.m., theft was reported at the Park and Ride on Md. 65. The exhaust was cut off a vehicle.




Two Va. men charged in rape, assault in Mont Alto



MONT ALTO, Pa. - Two Virginia men have been charged with rape and sexual assault in a November 2007 incident involving a 19-year-old woman, Pennsylvania State Police said in a news release.

Eddy J. Barahona, 21, of 43140 Unison Knoll Circle in Ashburn, Va., and Lambert L. Foinchas, 19, of 3051 Desert Palm Court in Dumfries, Va., were charged, police said.




Falling Waters woman faces burglary charges in Washington County



A Falling Waters, W.Va., woman was charged with burglary and other crimes Tuesday morning after police responded to the burglar alarm at Shawley's Hardware on Lappans Road in the Saint James area.

The business owner, William Shawley, followed a vehicle from the scene, Maryland State Police said in a news release. When police stopped the vehicle, a man got out and fled on foot.

The store's register, several packs of cigarettes and cash were in the vehicle.

The driver, Desiray Borror, 23, was charged with burglary, malicious destruction of property and felony theft.

Police were investigating Tuesday.




Pa. state police probe vehicle part thefts



CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Pennsylvania State Police were investigating the thefts of vehicle parts in three incidents in recent days.

Between 5 p.m. Sunday and 8:15 a.m. Monday, police said used alternators and rotor cores were stolen from Ted's Alternator Service at 4248 Sunset Pike.

Copper brakes lines were stolen from four tanker trailers belonging to Hammaker East Ltd. at 118 Siloam Road, police said. The thefts occurred between April 14 and Thursday while the trailers were parked across the street from the business, police said.

Catalytic converters were stolen from vehicles belonging to Darrell L. Hammond of Chambersburg between 7 p.m. Friday and 9 a.m. Saturday, police said. The converters were stolen from vehicles in the employee parking lot of Con-Way Express at 485 Mason-Dixon Road in State Line, Pa., police said.

Police have been investigating a series of catalytic converter thefts in recent weeks, some of which occurred in the parking lots of businesses during daylight hours.




Two bicycle accidents occur over two days in Waynesboro



WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Two bicycle accidents have occurred in two days in the Borough of Waynesboro, the second of which sent a 10-year-old to the hospital Tuesday evening.

The Waynesboro boy had bruises on his face and complained of arm pain as he was loaded into the ambulance after the 6:10 p.m. accident.

"In a preliminary investigation, I believe the boy hit the right front fender above the wheel well," Waynesboro police Cpl. Kurt Wagaman said.

The gray Ford Edge pickup truck stopped just feet from where the boy landed in the 400 block of West Eighth Street. The truck was westbound at the time of the accident.

"Speed was not involved in the accident," Wagaman said.

Although there were no adult witnesses to the crash, it appeared the boy entered the roadway midblock from the sidewalk or adjacent driveway on the north side of the street, Wagaman said.

On Monday, a boy on a bicycle was hit shortly before 3 p.m. near the intersection of Philadelphia Avenue and West Second Street. Police said no injuries or vehicle damage were reported in that crash.

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