Someone shot a BB into a window of a building on Lancaster Pike, Providence Township, between August 3 and September 29, Trooper Evan Buehrer reported. Damage was estimated at $400.
State police also reported the following incidents in the Southern End:
In Lancaster City, surveillance cameras cover most main streets.
"From working in the city, I know how valuable they can be to solve crimes and help investigate accidents," Quarryville Police Chief Clark Bearinger said last week.
Since Quarryville has no public surveillance cameras and no plans to install them, the police chief has come up with an alternative - create a database of privately-owned cameras whose owners will allow police to access them.
Two people were charged after state police stopped a vehicle at the intersection of Nottingham Rd. (Rt. 272) and Soapstone Hill Rd., Fulton Township, at 1:22 a.m. on September 27, Trooper Chad Dohner reported.
One driver was hurt when a car and a minivan collided on Valley Rd. (Rt. 372) at Hess Rd., Eden Township, at 1:06 p.m. on September 16, Trooper George Lockhart reported.
A Peach Bottom resident who escaped from a prison in York County was captured by Quarryville police earlier this month.
A New York resident was charged with animal cruelty in East Drumore Township on September 7, Trooper Chad Dohner reported.
A three-year-old girl was slightly injured when a car collided with a minivan on Buck Rd. (Rt. 372) west of Hollow Rd., East Drumore Township, at 11:10 a.m. on August 23, Trooper George Lockhart reported.
According to the trooper, Zachary R. Fox, 24, of New Holland, was driving a Lexus east when the car hydroplaned on puddle in the road.
A Quarryville woman was charged after she allegedly assaulted her mother and her son, state police said.
Melissa Blessing, 43, was charged with assault with bodily injury at 2:25 p.m. on July 9, Trooper Matthew Weckesser reported.
Amanda J. Boyd, 29, of Nottingham, was cited for failing to drive at a safe speed following the investigation of a fatal pedestrian collision on W. 4th St. before dawn on February 28, Quarryville police said.
A 22-year-old man from Peach Bottom was killed when his motorcycle crashed as he was fleeing from police at 9 p.m. on August 1, State Police Corporal Jennifer R. Maguire reported.
Heather Findley-Morrison, 27, of Quarryville, was charged with trespassing after she was found lying on the floor of a bedroom at 497 Cinder Rd., Providence Township, at 7:05 a.m. on July 23, Trooper Scott Prushinski reported. Findley-Morrison had been told not to enter the home by both the property owner and the occupant, the trooper said.
State police also reported the following incidents in the Southern End:
Fire destroyed a garage in Little Britain Township on Friday afternoon, July 26.
The blaze, which is believed to be accidental in origin, caused an estimated $95,000 damage to the building and its contents, Robert Fulton Fire Company Deputy Chief Mark Barto said.
The fire at 121 Honeysuckle Rd. was reported at 2:42 p.m. Arriving firefighters found heavy fire in the building.
A man from Willow Street and his stepfather have been charged with conspiring to steal four cartons of cigarettes from the Turkey Hill Market, 1010 Lancaster Pike, Drumore Township, state police report.
A Martic Township resident is facing additional charges after state police searched his camper in Martic Township on July 3.
Melvin Hartman of 53 Nissley Ln. was already facing charges following a traffic stop in West Lampeter Township. During that stop, police found what appeared to be explosive devices in his vehicle.
A motorcycle rider was seriously injured when his Harley Davidson rear ended a horse-drawn carriage on Christiana Pike (Rt. 372) at 10:24 a.m. on June 19, Trooper Michael Levinsky reported.
Someone broke into a home in Little Britain Township on June 16 or 17 and stole five buckets of paint, several rollers, and paint brushes, Trooper Matthew Schatzmann reported.
Quarryville police are looking for the man who broke into the Verizon Store, TownsEdge Shopping Village, and made off with numerous cell phones.
A woman from New York state has been charged with calling in the bomb threat that caused the evacuation of Yogi Bear Jellystone Campground on May 25.
Kristie L. Forkl, 41, of Lackawanna, N.Y., was charged with two counts of making terroristic threats and two counts of threatening to use a weapon of mass destruction, Trooper Kory Wardrop reported.
Two local firms are among more than a dozen victims of a scam run for over two years, Trooper First Class Kelly Osborne reported last week.
Barbara E. Hogstrom, 50, of Turners Pond Dr., Lincoln University, is facing 50 counts of theft and bad checks, the trooper said.
A man has been charged with attempted homicide for allegedly trying to kill another man with a machete, state police report.
According to police, Aaron Alexander Rowland, 20, got into a fight with a 24-year-old man at 703 Hollow Rd., Providence Township, and chased the older man outside where he stabbed him with a machete. The victim was taken to Lancaster General Hospital with a serious neck injury.
The two men got into a fight over a TV remote control, police said.
Rowland, 20, of New Providence, was arrested without incident at 2:20 p.m. on May 10, Trooper Nelson Renno reported. He was charged with attempted homicide, aggravated assault, and possession of instruments of a crime.
Steven S. Stoltzfus, 15, of Green Ln. was killed in an accident on the family farm on Green Ln., Little Britain Township, on Tuesday afternoon, April 30.
According to police, Stoltzfus was getting ready to work a field and was hooking a 21-foot-long pipe to a mule. The mule spooked and started running toward Green Ln. Stoltzfus ran to catch the mul. When the mule turned back to the farm, the pipe hit a guardrail, broke the chain, and hit Stoltzfus.
The boy was pronounced dead at the scene.
Police also reported the following incidents in the Southern End:
State police have a suspect in the robbery of Singing Spring Foods, 810 S. Vintage Rd., Bart Township, Trooper Anthony Urban reported.
According to the trooper, the suspect entered the store at 7:05 a.m. on April 23 and ordered the cashier to empty the register.
The suspect is a middle-aged blonde woman who was wearing a flowered pattern shirt. Police did not say if the woman showed a weapon.
The suspect fled without about $200 in cash, Trooper Urban said.
Firefighters from three counties have been battling a sawmill fire on Little Britain Church Rd., Fulton Township, since 7:19 a.m. Thursday morning, April 18.
A physician practicing in East Drumore Township has been accused of indecent assault.
Dr. William R. Vollmar, who works at Diamantoni and Associates, Commerce Commons, was charged with misdemeanor indecent assault, state police said.
The charges were filed April 10 and stemmed from an incident in the doctor's office on March 23. Police allege Dr. Vollmar inappropriately touched an adult patient's genitals without the patient's consent.
Alicia Achelle Wilson, 24, of Quarryville, has been charged with breaking a window in a building on Scotland Rd. east of Lancaster Pike, East Drumore Township, at 5 p.m. on March 31, Trooper Matthew Weckesser reported. According to the trooper, Wilson threw a toy gun at the double pane window, causing damage in excess of $500.