No injuries in crash
There no injuries in a single-vehicle crash on U.S. Route 15 north in Straban Township April 19.
A 2013 Dodge Durango, drive by Derrick Bydeley, 53, of Annville, drifted off the road and struck the guide rail in the median at 11:31 p.m., according to state police.
Bydeley fell asleep at the wheel, police alleged.
The vehicle was severely damaged and had to be towed, police said.
Bydeley was charged with careless driving, according to a magisterial docket.
A vehicle struck a parked 2014 Chrysler 200 when entering or leaving a parking spot at 1270 York Road at 6:42 p.m. April 20, according to state police. The unidentified vehicle caused minor damage to the Chrysler’s passenger side, police said.
Someone stole jewelry and cash from a Mount Pleasant Township home.
An 82-year-old New Oxford woman said someone took 20 rings, three watches, and $40 from her Hazel Lane residence sometime between March 20 and April 22, state police said.
Police are investigating.
An argument between two brothers turned physical in Tyrone Township April 22.
Pennsylvania State Police said they intervened in the fight at 430 Gardners Station Road. A 17-year-old boy from York was listed as the victim, according to police.
Motorcycle hits vehicle
A paper route driver and motorcycle collided in Mount Joy Township April 23.
Gettysburg resident Reginald Thomas, 57, was northbound on state Route 97 on the southbound berm delivering papers in a 2007 Chevrolet Equinox, state police said. The Chevy tried to cross back into the northbound lane and was hit by a 2004 Suzuki motorcycle driven by Newburg resident Anthony Jumper, 39, police said.
The motorcycle continued across the road after impact and hit a fence by the western berm, about 50 feet from the initial crash, according to police.
Adams Regional Emergency Medical Services took Jumper to Gettysburg Hospital with injuries after the 6:39 a.m. crash, police said. Jumper pleaded guilty to driving at an unsafe speed, according to a magisterial docket.
A New Oxford man stands accused of drug possession after a traffic stop April 28.
State police said a 2002 Ford Escape driven by Allen Simmons, 30, was stopped at Lincoln Way East and Lincoln Street about 1:49 a.m. Police searched the vehicle and found suspected “narcotics” inside, and Simmons admitted ownership, police alleged.
Weapon found at club
A Sensations Bar & Grill employee was arrested for possessing brass/metal knuckles April 28.
Jonathan Kelley, 36, of Manchester, Md., was charged with possessing an offensive weapon at 880 Hanover Pike, Union Township, according to state police and a magisterial docket.
Police served a bench warrant on Kelley while at work at 1:08 a.m., police said.
A Bonneauville woman was charged with harassment for texting May 1.
Heather Neiderer, 37, of York, repeatedly sent anonymous text messages “with intent to harass, annoy or alarm another person,” Littlestown resident Tina Dorn, 45, state police alleged. Neiderer continued texting Dorn after she told her to stop, according to police.