East Cocalico Police Log, February 11, 2016

By on February 11, 2016

The East Cocalico Police Department reported the following:

THEFT: Police received a report that an Apple Macbook Air was stolen at 11 a.m. Jan. 27 from 650 S. Fourth St., Denver Borough. It was learned through investigation that the laptop was recovered and had been misplaced.

CRASH: Police said a 13-year-old female had exited a transport bus and was crossing the street at 9:14 p.m. Jan 28 in the 100 block of Main Street in Denver Borough when another vehicle passed the bus and struck the girl. She was taken to Reading Hospital where she was evaluated and released with minor injuries.

CRASH: Police said a vehicle exiting the Fulton Bank pulled into the path of a vehicle on Main Street traveling westbound at 2:50 p.m. Feb. 1 at 335 Main St., Denver Borough. The driver of one unit sustained a head injury but refused transport. Both vehicles were towed from the scene.

WARRANT: An officer observed Nancy A. Ryan, 38, standing on the front porch at 11:07 a.m. Feb. 2 at 126 S. Fourth St., Denver Borough. She had an active warrant through the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Department. She was taken into custody and transferred to a deputy sheriff.

UPDATE: A fraud was reported Dec. 23, 2015, at 187 E. Church St., East Cocalico Township. Through investigation it was learned the money gram funds were received by an individual in the Dominican Republic.

WARRANT: Daniel Jacob Smith, 34, the 300 block of Madison Street, Denver Borough, was picked up at his residence Feb. 2. Smith had an active bench warrant through the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Department. Smith was picked up without incident and turned over to sheriff’s deputies.

ACTIVE WARRANT: The police department is looking for the whereabouts of Sherilyn J. Calvey (Lynch), 53, in regards to a criminal arrest warrant. Calvey was arrested for DUI June 27, 2015, in East Cocalico Township. Calvey, who also goes by the name of Sherilyn Lynch, is believed to have fled to Florida prior to her arraignment. Calvey, who was living in Reinholds at the time of her arrest, may now be in the Ephrata or Akron area. She is also known to frequent Adamstown. Anyone with information on Calvey or her whereabouts are asked to contact the East Cocalico Township Police Department at 336-1725. The caller may remain anonymous and does not have to give his or her name.

DUI: Jay D. Acton, 53, was charged with two counts of DUI and careless driving after an incident that occurred at White Oak Road and Reinholds Road Jan. 10. Police were dispatched at 3:24 a.m. for a vehicle that had run off the road into a ditch. Officers determined that Acton was impaired. A blood test indicated that Acton had a blood alcohol concentration of 0.244 percent at the time of the test.

DRUG OVERDOSE: Police responded to the Red Carpet Inn at 2069 N. Reading Road at 8:08 p.m. Feb. 8 following a 911 call of a patient in cardiac arrest. Officers arrived on scene at 8:10 p.m. and found an unresponsive 27-year-old male on the floor of the bathroom. The male was in obvious respiratory distress with slow agonal breathing and could not be awakened. There was evidence of intravenous drug use in the hotel room and given the patient’s medical condition, Officer Luongo administered a dose of the department issued Naloxone.

The male subsequently regained consciousness and was transported to Wellspan Ephrata Community Hospital by the Reamstown Ambulance for further medical treatment. The male was treated and released. He was turned over to the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Department on an outstanding county bench warrant.

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