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Police briefs - Nov. 2

November 01, 2012

Police: Driver falls asleep, hits parked vehicle

WAYNESBORO, Pa. — Two vehicles sustained heavy damage in a crash at about 11:20 p.m. Wednesday on Clayton Avenue, Waynesboro police said in a news release.

Police said the driver of a pickup truck fell asleep, causing the truck to strike a parked vehicle.

No injuries were reported, police said.

Pa. State Police investigating theft by deception

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — Pennsylvania State Police are investigating theft by deception in which a Chambersburg woman wired $550 to an individual in Jamaica as part of a loan.

The 41-year-old woman wired the money for a $2,000 loan, state police said Thursday.

Man charged in connection with theft of inspection stickers

FAYETTEVILLE, Pa. — Pennsylvania State Police said they have charged a man in connection with inspection stickers being taken from a business at Lincoln Way East and later sold without performing safety inspections on vehicles.

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The man who was charged is not being identified because state police could not provide an address for him Thursday night.

The victim in the case was Beecher’s Auto Salvage and Sales, according to Pennsylvania State Police.

The stickers were stolen from July 6 to Sept. 13, state police said.

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