Crime Of The Week
Burglary Selected Crime Of The Week
Fulton County Crime Solvers is offering a reward for information leading to the arrest of burglars responsible for a storage shed break-in between November 7 and 9.
Pennsylvania State Police, Mc- Connellsburg, said burglars kicked open the door of the shed belonging to Paul W. Schriever of 176 Fairview Road, Warfordsburg and stole three chainsaws. Among the chainsaws stolen were a Stihl model 250 and two Stihl model MS180s, which have been valued at $980.
Anyone having information concerning this crime is asked to call Fulton County Crime Solvers at 717-485-5771. Anyone providing information leading to the arrest of a suspect is eligible to receive a reward of up to $1,000 but will not have to appear in court or provide their name. Crime Solvers will also pay for information leading to arrests in connection with any other crimes committed in Fulton County.
Tools Stolen Various tools and hand tools were stolen from 132 Covalt Road, Needmore, between 6 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, November 12. Victim of the burglary and theft is a 24-year-old man. Anyone with additional information regarding this case should call Fulton County Crime Solvers at 717-485-5771 or Trooper Stasko at 717-485-3131.
Cited For Harassment
Thirty-four-year-old Terry Lee Borror has been cited for harassment through Magisterial District Judge Carol Jean Johnson. Borror was allegedly involved in an incident on Thursday, November 12, at 7:50 p.m. at 753 Franklin Mills Road, Warfordsburg. Others involved in the incident was a 24-year-old female victim.
PennDOT Storage Shed Broken Into
A PennDOT storage shed located along Old 126 in Brush Creek Township was burglarized between 9 p.m. on November 7 and 8 a.m. on November 8. Even though the lock was cut off the building, nothing was reported taken. Anyone having further information pertinent to this incident is urged to contact Fulton County Crime Solvers by calling 717-485-5771 or Trooper Massafra at 717-485-3131.
Unknown individuals cut a padlock to gain entry to a trailer at Town Hill Auto located at 9588 Old 126, Warfordsburg, between 8 p.m. on November 8 and 7:30 a.m. on November 9. Victim of the trespass and burglary is Town Hill Auto, Warfordsburg. Anyone with additional information linked to this case is asked to call Fulton County Crime Solvers at 717-485-5771 or Trooper Falkosky at 717-485- 3131. Chain Saws Stolen
Three Stihl chain saws were stolen from 6093 Buck Valley Road, Warfordsburg, after an unknown individual kicked in the door of the building belonging to Union Township. The burglary occurred between 2 p.m. on November 7 and 12:15 p.m. on November 9. Anyone having further information concerning this incident should contact Fulton County Crime Solvers by calling 717-485-5771 or Trooper Falkosky at 717-485-3131.
Six white plastic bags containing trash were found at 4264 Thompson Road, Needmore. The owner of the property, a 66- year-old Needmore man, informed state police the rubbish was scattered between November 1 and November 9. Anyone with additional information about this incident should contact Fulton County Crime Solvers at 717-485-5771 or Trooper Falkosky at 717-485- 3131.
I-70 Crash Involved Deer
A single-vehicle crash along the eastbound lanes of Interstate 70 on Wednesday, November 11, involved a white-tailed deer. Driver Scott M. Szpak, 43, of Medina, Ohio, struck the deer head on with his 2003 Chevrolet Express at 1:15 a.m. Szpak was wearing a seat belt and escaped harm.
Shippensburg Man Cited
Sixty-four-year-old Shippensburg resident Carl Rebuck has been cited for harassment for an alleged incident that occurred in Todd Township on Friday, November 13, at 2 p.m. Victim of the harassment was a 19- year-old Hustontown girl.
Charged With DUI
Nick Barry of Needmore faces charges of driving under the influence after he was stopped along Klondike Road in Bethel Township over the weekend by Pennsylvania Game Commission officials for a game law violation. According to state police, Barry, 38, will be cited through Magisterial District Judge Carol Jean Johnson as a result of the traffic stop on Saturday, November 14, at 12:24 a.m.
Paintballs were shot at a garage and car located at 8781 Great Cove Road, Needmore, between 9 p.m. on November 14 and 6 a.m. on November 15. The victim is a 41-year-old man.
In addition, orange paintballs were shot at Scrub Ridge Inn in Todd Township and buildings on the 5000 section of Gem Bridge Road, Belfast Township, between 8 p.m. on November 15 and 4 a.m. on November 16.
Anyone having additional information pertinent to these cases should call Fulton County Crime Solvers at 717-485-5771 or Troopers Stasko and Remeikas at 717-485-3131.
Police Look For Escapee
State police, McConnellsburg, are currently searching for a 15-year-old female who ran away from a nonsecured retention center located at 444 Plessinger Road, Warfordsburg, on Sunday, November 15, at 7:38 p.m. Officials from Vision Quest told troopers the girl was last seen wearing dark-colored sweat pants and sweatshirt. She was also carrying a tan bag and wearing white athletic shoes. Anyone coming into contact with the juvenile, who was identified as Paige Craig, is asked to contact the McConnellsburg state police barracks at 717-485-3131.
Police Investigate Theft By Deception
State police are currently investigating a case of theft by deception that occurred in mid- January 2009. A 43-year-old man from the 3000 section of Stoneybreak Road in Bethel Township told state police an individual known to him assisted him with paying his bills and used excess funds to pay a debt incurred by the individual’s boyfriend.
Driver Injured, Truck Rear-ended
A McConnellsburg man suffered minor injuries Saturday when his eastbound 2003 Chevrolet Silverado slid into the rear of a 2006 Ford F-250 along Route 30. State police reported, Fred W. Black Jr., 39, of Mc- Connellsburg, attempted to apply his brakes, causing his truck to slide into the rear of a vehicle operated by Wayne M. Harbaugh, 39, Greencastle. Harbaugh had slowed to allow a vehicle in front of him to turn right into a driveway when his vehicle was struck from behind at 11:23 p.m. in Ayr Township.
Both Harbaugh and Black were wearing seat belts. Black, who is being charged with driving a vehicle at safe speeds, had minor injuries. State police were aided on the scene by Mc- Connellsburg Fire Police.
Tractor-Trailer Strikes Storefront
A tractor-trailer made a right turn from Lincoln Way East onto North Second Street Monday morning and struck a cement post and fire hydrant with its rear axle. According to state police, the 2007 International driven by Robert E. Smith, 52, of Moosic, Pa., continued north for approximately 200 yards where it struck a storefront overhang at Morton’s Attic.
Smith’s tractor-trailer sustained a damaged rear axle. Smith was wearing a seatbelt and was not harmed in the 6:44 a.m. accident.
Burglars threw a large board through a side window at 5637 Sipes Mill Road in Belfast Township to gain access to the home between noon on November 15 and 11 p.m. on November 16. The burglars stole $400 in cash from the home belonging to a 36-year-old woman from Needmore. Anyone having further information related to this breakin should call Fulton County Crime Solvers at 717-485-5771 or Trooper Bartlett at 717-485-3131.
Bank Sign Paintballed
A sign belonging to F&M Bank at 560 Great Cove Road, Needmore, was struck with paintballs between 9 p.m. on November 14 and 6 a.m. on November 15. Anyone with additional information concerning this case of mischief is urged to contact Fulton County Crime Solvers by calling 717-485-5771 or Trooper Stasko at 717-485- 3131.