Police and fire for May 27
After an unknown dump truck lost its load at Hanover Street and Appler Road, police directed traffic until personnel from a quarry removed the spilled stones. An eastbound vehicle went down an embankment after failing to negotiate a turn in the 500 block of Irishtown Road. The vehicle has to be towed. A suspicious parked vehicle was reported in the 200 block of Brickyard Road, but it proved to belong to a person who operates a tractor trailer at the business there. The driver was transported to York Hospital after a vehicle hit a pole in the 800 block of Hanover Street. Investigation continues. Police responded when a student was reportedly disruptive at New Oxford High School. The student was warned repeatedly but nike joggers did not cooperate and will be charged with disorderly conduct. Police assisted emergency medical personnel with an uncooperative patient at the Brethren Home. A juvenile was reported missing nike leggings in the 200 block of Brickyard Road but was found with friends near a previous residence in Maryland. His family was notified so they could pick him up. A suspicious person was reported in the 300 block of Lincoln Way East. Police transported the woman to Gettysburg Hospital for treatment. A woman reported harassment in the first block of Birch Lane, but police told her the complaint did not rise to the level of harassment and advised her to block the caller from her phone. After a report of a stray dog, police transported a beagle with no tag from the first block of Fiddler Drive to the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Four Black Hawk tires valued at $800 and small tools were stolen from a garage in the 1300 block of Red Hill Road. After a report of a loud all terrain vehicle nike y20 on Lingg Road, police spoke with the complainant and the owner, who was fixing the vehicle. Police responded to a report of two ducks possibly needing help in a backyard in the 300 block of Hanover Street, but found the ducks required no assistance. After a report of a suspicious vehicle in the 200 block of Shank Road, police ordered the occupants to leave the area and they complied. Police defused a domestic situation without incident in the first block of Oxford Road. Harassment by a student via Instagram was reported at New Oxford High School. The incident did not rise to the level of a criminal offense. The student was to be advised of school policy. A woman in possible medical distress was reported in the first block of Erin Court, but she told police she had just returned from a run and was a little overheated, and required no assistance. Police defused a domestic situation without incident in the first block of East Locust Lane and contacted Adams County Children Youth Services to arrange counseling. Police responded to an alarm in the 400 block of East Golden Lane, but employees said no assistance was needed. Police assisted the township code enforcement officer in conducting an ordinance violation check in the 100 block of Fish Game Road. Police assisted the township code enforcement officer in conducting an ordinance violation check in the 100 block of Koehler Mill Road. Police assisted emergency medical personnel with a resident in medical distress in the first block of Oxen Lane. A caller said he lived in somewhere in the New Oxford area some time ago but did not know the location and wanted information about a theft of his property. Police told him it was a civil matter and he should contact the Magisterial District Judge's office. Police identified a pickup truck that struck speed enforcement equipment in the 800 block of Oxford Road, causing $3,795 in damage. After a report of trespassing, police escorted a former student from New Oxford High School.