The Northern Lancaster County Regional Police Department reported the following:

By on February 12, 2014

northernregionalpoliceFRAUD – Charges of access device fraud were filed against Scott A. Burkholder, 47, of 3405 Main St, Morgantown. Burkholder had been employed by Landmark Builders, Ephrata, and used a company credit card issued by Landmark Builders to purchase goods and services totaling $22,821.30 between January 2012 and November 2013. Some of the purchases made by Burkholder were tires, food, gasoline and tools from various locations during this time. Burkholder turned himself into police Feb. 11 without incident. He was arraigned before District Judge Tony Russell and is currently free on $10,000 unsecured bail.

SAFETY ISSUES – Police addressed several safety issues, including trees and wires down, in the early morning of Feb. 5. Road crews and PP&L were notified to address the hazards.

CRASH – Police responded to a two-car crash at 300 Yummerdall Road in Lititz, Clay Township, at 5:42 p.m. Feb. 7. Nathan Zerbe, 19, of Seglock Road, Lititz, was driving west on Yummerdall Road. As he crested the hill, Zerbe observed a car with the front end sticking out onto the road. Zerbe could not stop in time due to road conditions and struck the parked car. The car was partially in the road because it had become stuck in the snow. The parked car is owned by Marlin Bingeham of the 300 block of Yummerdall Road in Lititz.

CRASH – Police responded to a one car crash at 11:07 a.m. Feb. 10 in the 1400 block of Kleinfeltersville Road in Stevens, Clay Township. Timothy Getz, 29, of Elco Drive, Myerstown, stated that while driving south in the 1400 block of Kleinfeltersville Road, his vehicle hit a patch of snow and ice. Getz lost control of his vehicle and ran into the side of a porch of a residence.

The Northern Lancaster County Regional Police Department serves Warwick, Penn and Clay townships.

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