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.
A man from Delaware has been charged with assaulting another man last month and a woman from Kirkwood has been charged with conspiring in the assault, Quarryville Borough Police said last week.
Alexander McDonald, 19, of Kirkwood, was charged with driving under the influence at 3:32 a.m. on March 16, Trooper Anthony Urban reported.
According to the trooper, a resident of Refton Rd., Strasburg Township, called police to report a suspicious vehicle in his driveway. Police found McDonald asleep behind the wheel and under the influence of alcohol and controlled substances, Trooper Urban said.
State police also reported the following incidents in the Southern End:
A 66-year-old man was struck by a vehicle and killed shortly before 6 a.m. on Thursday, February 28, Quarryville police reported.
David Hess of Quarryville was walking across W. 4th St. from the Turkey Hill Market to the parking lot of Good's Store when he was hit, Police Chief Clark Bearinger said.
Hess was pronounced dead at the scene.
He was struck by a vehicle driven by a 28-year-old woman from Little Britain Township who was driving west on 4th St. and approaching the traffic signal at W. State St. Police did not identify the woman whose vehicle hit Hess.
The street was closed for more than four hours while the collision was investigated by the county accident reconstruction team. The collision remains under investigation, the police chief said. No charges have been filed.
Police also reported the following incidents in the Southern End:
State police are looking for the person who debited a business's bank account for more than $14,000, Trooper Nolen McElwee reported.
There were three unauthorized debits to E.H. Beiler Sawmill's account between January 22 and 28, the trooper said.
The business is in the 900 block of Lancaster Pike (Rt. 272).
Police also reported the following incidents:
Four people were hurt when three SUVs collided at the intersection of Street Rd. and Kirkwood Pike (Rt. 472) Monday afternoon, April 30. One of the injured was a small child.