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On 4-28-15 at approximately 12:00 pm there was a retil theft at the Sneaker Villa on Union Deposit Road in Susquehanna Township. A black male entered the store with a white female and attempted to return a pair if sneakers and was refused due to the fact the shoes were worn. The male got upset and it is alleged he placed the sneakers in another shoe box and stole a pair of Nike sneakers prior to leaving. The Susquehanna Township Police Department is seeking any information as to his identity.

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On 4-28-15 at approximately 12:00 pm there was a retil theft at the Sneaker Villa on Union Deposit Road in Susquehanna Township.

On March 24, 2015 the Susquehanna Township Police were contacted in reference to a fraudulent prescription, for Oxycodone, being dropped off at the Rite Aid pharmacy on Walnut Street.  Kristal Azul Lopez was caught, in the act, of attempting to pick up the prescription.  Upon further investigation it was learned that there were multiple and previous forged prescriptions dropped off at several locations through out surrounding jurisdictions and another female  was involved.  That female was later identified as Sharde Chenault.

On March 24, 2015 the Susquehanna Township Police were contacted in reference to a fraudulent prescription, for Oxycodone, being dropped off at the Rite Aid pharmacy on Walnut Street.  Kristal Azul Lopez was caught, in the act, of attempting to pick up the prescription.  Upon further investigation it was learned that there were multiple and previous forged prescriptions dropped off at several locations through out surrounding jurisdictions and another female  was involved.  That female was later identified as Sharde Chenault.

Maurice Cumberbatch is wanted for endangering the welfare of children and simple assault in connection with a previous domestic arugument whereby Cumberbatch's daughter suffered injuries during an altercation in December 2014, within the 100 block of Shell Street....

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Friday, March 27, 2015

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On March 24, 2015 the Susquehanna Township Police were contacted in reference to a fraudulent prescription, for Oxycodone, being dropped off at the Rite Aid pharmacy on Walnut Street.  Kristal Azul Lopez was caught, in the act, of attempting to pick up the prescription.  Upon further investigation it was learned that there were multiple and previous forged prescriptions dropped off at several locations through out surrounding jurisdictions and another female  was involved.  That female was later identified as Sharde Chenault.

On March 24, 2015 the Susquehanna Township Police were contacted in reference to a fraudulent prescription, for Oxycodone, being dropped off at the Rite Aid pharmacy on Walnut Street.  Kristal Azul Lopez was caught, in the act, of attempting to pick up the prescription.  Upon further investigation it was learned that there were multiple and previous forged prescriptions dropped off at several locations through out surrounding jurisdictions and another female  was involved.  That female was later identified as Sharde Chenault.

The Susquehnna Township Police received a complaint from a local hotel of a female who was involved in prostitution. An officer located the same female in an ad on a local web site that advertises escorts and an undercover officer began communication with her. A specific sex act for money was discussed and the female confirmed she was at a hotel on N. Front Street, and she provided the officer her room number. Officers arrived and identified the female as Christina Albino of Harrisburg. Albino was taken into custody and later released pending a summons for prostitution.

Due to recent complaints from local hotels of prostitution activity, the Susquehanna Township Police conducted an investigation and found several ads on a local web site advertising possible prostitution. An officer responded to an ad on 3-13-15 and began communication with a female who advised she was working out of a hotel on N. Front Street. A specific sex act and price were discussed and the female then gave the officer her room number. Upon officers arrival, the met a female who initially provided a false name.

On 3-26-15 the Susquehanna Township Police investigated an ad placed on a local web site that advertises escorts and is often used for prostitution. There was an ad that specifically listed a female in a hotel within the Township and an officer began dialogue with her. The female agreed to a specific sex act for money and provided her room number at the hotel on Corporate Circle. Officers met Matiyna Love of Wilmington, DE there and she admitted that she was working as a prostitute and she was then taken into custody.

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Maurice Cumberbatch is wanted for endangering the welfare of children and simple assault in connection with a previous domestic arugument whereby Cumberbatch's daughter suffered injuries during an altercation in December 2014, within the 100 block of Shell Street....

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Friday, March 27, 2015

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On 4-28-15 at approximately 12:00 pm there was a retil theft at the Sneaker Villa on Union Deposit Road in Susquehanna Township.

The Susquehanna Township Police are seeking to identify the person pictured.  The person pictured is a witness to an incident that happened earlier last week in Susquehanna Township.  If anyone knows this individual if you could please contact Detective Aaron Osman, aosman@susquehannatwp.com , 717-909-9232.  All information will be kept confidential.

The Susquehanna Township Police are investigating an armed robbery that occurred outside of the Fulton Bank in the 3800 block of Union Deposit Road on 12-21-15 at approximately 0945hrs. Two males approached people in a car and displayed a handgun, and took money from them.

The Susquehanna Township Police are investigating a burglary that occured on 1/08/2015 at 1930hrs in the 500 block of North Progress Ave.   Below are several images of the suspect.  Anyone with information can contact Detective Aaron Osman, aosman@susquehannatwp.com, or 717-909-9232.  

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 The Susquehanna Township Police are seeking the pictured male in regards to a theft from the Dollar General, 2023 Linglestown Road, Harrisburg, PA

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On 4-28-15 at approximately 12:00 pm there was a retil theft at the Sneaker Villa on Union Deposit Road in Susquehanna Township. A black male entered the store with a white female and attempted to return a pair if sneakers and was refused due to the fact the shoes were worn. The male got upset and it is alleged he placed the sneakers in another shoe box and stole a pair of Nike sneakers prior to leaving. The Susquehanna Township Police Department is seeking any information as to his identity.

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The Susquehanna Township Police Department is attempting to identify a male that is stealing razors and razor blades, from Weis Markets, on Union Deposit Rd.  The suspect will enter the store with a shopping cart and select a cleaning bucket from the housewares aisle then proceed to the razors and place multiple packs into the bucket until he can reach a place to conceal them in his coat and depart the store.  The suspect has stolen from Weis on several occasions, most recently on 1/5/15 at approximately 2:30 PM.

The Susquehanna Township Police are investigating a retail theft that occurred at the Sneaker Villa, in Union Square Shopping Plaza on Saturday, January 3, 2015 at approximately 2:30 PM.  The pictured male and female stole sneakers from the store and then left in what appeared to be a red Ford Explorer.  Should anyone be able to identify either suspect, please contact Det. Lee Tarasi at LTarasi@susquehannatwp.com, 717-909-9259 or anonymously at 717-909-TIPS.

On December 3, 2014 at approximately 9:30 PM the two unknown individuals pictured, utilized a stolen credit card number by loading the number onto a blank credit card and purchased numerous prepaid Visa cards along with several smaller miscellaneous items at the Weis in Union Square Plaza.  The victim still had the actual credit card in his possession at the time of fraud.  Susquehanna Township Police are seeking the identity of the males.  If you can help, please contact Det.

On Monday, November 10, 2014 at approximately 7:00 pm the male pictured made a purchase at Sneaker Villa, in the Union Square Shopping Center, and stole a cell phone that the customer before him left at the counter.  The cell phone is a Samsung Galaxy S5 in a Defender Series Otter Box.

Police ask anyone who may be able to identify this male to contact Detective Lee Tarasi @ 909-9259 or email LTarasi@susquehannatwp.com.  Anonymous tips may also be left at 909-TIPS.  

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