Monday, January 31, 2011

Eastern administrator charged with DUI

The York Daily Record is reporting the assistant superintendent of the Eastern School District was charged with DUI:

CHS schedule changes

Wednesday's wrestling match with Eastern has been moved to Thursday, Feb. 10, beginning with the junior high match at 5:30 p.m. Columbia will also wrestle Brandywine Heights Saturday at 1 p.m.

Also, as previously announced, all girls' varsity basketball games, with the exception of the Feb. 7 game with Lancaster Catholic, will start at 7 p.m.

West Hempfield Township police reports

Police are investigating the theft of 250 pounds of copper wire, valued at $1,800 from Micro-Fracture in the 200 block of North Donnerville Road, Jan. 27.
Police report a window was broken out of a home by a thrown snowball in the first block of East Main Street, Mountville, Jan.27.

Police have charged Nicholas M. Swedish, 32, of Carnegie, with receiving stolen property as the result of an incident on Route 462 at Prospect Road, Jan. 28.
Police responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle and found the suspect in the vehicle reported stolen from Collier Township, Allegheny County.

Police reported a window was broken out by a BB gun in the 700 block of Prospect Road, Jan. 29.

Police reported officials of the Getty Mart in the 300 block of Highland Drive reported windows were smashed out but no entry was gained to the building, Jan. 28.

Police have charged Scott Greenawalt, 51, of Mountville with public drunkenness as the result of an incident on Huntington Drive, Jan. 29.

Adam Sinners, 23, of Lancaster, was placed in Lancaster County Prison as the result of an incident in the 700 block of Kayo Avenue, Jan. 29.
He was charged after being stopped for driving without headlights on his vehicle. He was charged with DUI, two counts of an Act 64 drug violation, prohibited weapons and driving without headlights.
Sinners was found in possession of an illegal weapon, drugs and drug paraphernalia and became combative with police.

Saving spaces

Throughout town, various forms of using chairs, trash cans and other items have cropped up to save parking spaces.

Who is to shovel these sidewalks?

Columbia Borough's ordinance says all sidewalks must be cleared within eight hours after a snowfall. It farther says a path of three foot wide must be cleared. Apparently someone forgot to tell the owners of the sidewalk which stretches from Florence Street east to the bend on Barber Street. Since many residents of Trinity House use this stretch, they are unshoveled. The owner of the sidewalks -- COLUMBIA BOROUGH!

Police investigate stabbing

Wrightsville Police are investigating a weekend stabbing: