Tuesday, May 31, 2011

8 3 final. Details to follow.
Tied at one after two innings

West Hempfield police file charges

West Hempfield Township police have charged a 25-year-old Lancaster man with a number of offenses s the result of a violent domestic incident in the first block of North Donnerville Road, May 25.
Placed in Lancaster County Prison as the result of the incident in lieu of $75,000 bail was Kerry Scott Foudin.
He was charged by police with assault, stalking, terroristic threats, possession with the intent to deliver cocaine, possession of herion and possession of drug paraphernalia, as the result of the incident involving a 30-year-old female.

Sunday, May 29, 2011

Arrest made during parade

This one was caught by police: http://lancasteronline.com/article/local/397395_Motorist-arrested-at-Memorial-Day-event-in-Columbia.html

Where's the fire?

Caught the operator of this vehicle going through the intersection of Ninth and Manor streets this afternoon, while the pararde was marching through, coming within  few feet of one of the walking units. Way to keep it safe! There was no need for the car to go through the intersection.

Memorial Day Parade pictures

The Columbia United Veteran's Council held its annual Memorial Day Parade and observance today.

Race results on line

Pretzel City Sports has posted the results of yesterday's River Run: http://pretzelcitysports.com/userfiles/file/11%20wrightsville%20river%20run%20res.pdf

Columbia man arrested with gun

Columbia Police Officers responded to the 100 Block of Locust Street in Columbia at 1:21 a.m. this morning for the report of a man with a gun.
Police said they encountered  Gordon “Nook” Lively, 31, was under the influence of alcohol and was in possession of a handgun in the area of the Lazy K Lounge, which is located at 137-141 Locust Street in Columbia. Patrons of the Lazy K Lounge stated that Lively told them he had the gun, and showed it to at least one person.

Upon arrival, Police encountered Lively, who was sitting in a basement stairwell to the front of the Lazy K Lounge. Lively was in possession of an open can of Keystone Light beer, and a loaded Kel-Tec model P3AT .380 caliber handgun was recovered from Lively’s waistband. This handgun was not registered to Lively, nor did Lively have a valid license to carry firearms. Police also learned that Lively is considered a Person Not to Possess, use, manufacture, control, sell, or transfer firearms due to having been convicted of a Felony offense of Aggravated Assault in 1997.
Lively was taken into custody and transported to the Columbia Police Department. While at the Police Department, Lively grew increasingly agitated towards Police, and specifically threatened to kill Officer Matthew Leddy with a firearm once he gets released from prison.
Officer Brent Keyser charged Lively with Persons not to possess, use, manufacture, control, sell or transfer firearms; Firearms not to be carried without a license; Terroristic Threats; and Open Container in Public Prohibited (Columbia Borough Ordinance).
Lively was transported to Lancaster County Central Booking for Arraignment prior to being incarcerated in Lancaster County Prison.