A tractor was stolen from East Coast Exotic Animal Rescue near Fairfield.
Someone opened a locked gate at the facility at 320 Zoo Road sometime between March 24 and April 7, state police said.
The 1972 Ford 3000 was valued at $800, police said.
Charged after crash
A Littlestown man was charged after leaving the scene of a March 17 crash.
Charges were filed Tuesday against Roger Hollenbaugh III, 45, according to a magisterial docket.
Hollenbaugh was westbound in a 1992 Mercedes-Benz 180E when it struck a utility pole at 5:02 p.m. in the 500 block of Saint Johns Road near Littlestown before he “fled the scene on foot,” police said.
The vehicle ended up partly on the road’s shoulder, blocking the westbound lane, police said.
Hollenbaugh suffered what appeared to be a “minor injury,” but was not transported by ambulance, police said.
Charges included driving under the influence, DUI with a blood alcohol concentration above 0.16 percent, a lane violation, abandoning a vehicle on a highway, careless driving, two counts related to not stopping and providing information about a crash, and having an open alcohol container in a vehicle, according to the docket.
Two firearms are missing from a Straban Township business.
Police said they received the information regarding the missing weapons from Gettysburg Trading Post, 2222 York Road, on April 4 at 2:58 p.m.
Police listed the incident as “lost property.”
Accused of hitting man
A York Springs man was charged after a disturbance Sunday in Butler Township.
Juan Castillo, 23, was charged with harassment, public drunkenness, and criminal mischief, according to magisterial dockets.
Castillo struck a 48-year-old Biglerville man with his fist at 2:10 a.m. on Beecherstown Road about a mile east of Arendtsville in Butler Township, police alleged.
He also “damaged a nearby mailbox while being extremely intoxicated,” according to police.
A New Oxford man was charged after he left the scene of a crash March 30 in Reading Township, state police said.
Daniel Steinhart, 24, was charged with driving at unsafe speed and two counts related to not stopping and providing information about a crash, according to a magisterial docket.
He did not stop after driving into the rear of a slowing westbound vehicle on Carlisle Pike (Pa. Route 94) near Fawn Avenue in Hampton, police said.
Neither Steinhart nor the other driver, Robert Sawyer, 27, of Hanover, was injured in the 9:19 p.m. incident, police said.
Sawyer “was able to provide identifying information” for Sawyer’s vehicle, “which was located shortly after” the crash, police said.
Steinhart drove a 1996 GMC Safari while Sawyer drove a 2002 Volkswagen Jetta, police said.