Woman arrested for retail theft
Pennsylvania State Police said Tamara Hightower, 19, of Philadelphia failed to pay for her entire purchase at Walmart at 11:45 p.m. on Nov. 20.
Police reported that nine items were not rung up at the self-checkout.
Hightower was arrested and charged with summary retail theft.
Desk thrown from balcony
Pennsylvania State Police reported that shortly after midnight on Nov. 9 on Hot Point Avenue, someone threw a desk off a balcony and damaged a fence belonging to a 73-year-old Shippensburg resident.
Men charged with marijuana possession
A Pennsylvania State Police officer conducted a traffic stop near Hot Point Avenue and Town Mills Mobile Home Park on Nov. 26 around midnight and found the driver and front seat passenger to be in possession of marijuana.
Jordan Dorsey, 19, and Tramell Johnson-Scott, 19, both of Hagerstown, Maryland, were arrested. Charges were filed against both men.
Police search for man in attempted retail theft
Pennsylvania State Police responded to Walmart shortly after 9 p.m. on Nov. 30 for an attempted retail theft.
Police said a man tried to steal approximately $140 worth of items before he was stopped by security. The man fled on foot without the unpaid items, according to police.
The man has been identified and the investigation is ongoing.
Man charged with multiple traffic offenses
Pennsylvania State Police arrested 26-year-old Forrest Hoover, of Newville, following an incident around 3:45 p.m. on Nov. 30.
Police found Hoover sleeping in a vehicle in the rear of the Walmart parking lot, according to a police report.
Police said when officers attempted to make contact, Hoover fled the scene with speeds in excess of 100 mph.
Drug paraphernalia was observed in Hoover’s lap, according to police.
Hoover was charged with multiple traffic-related violations, according to court documents.