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Lower Swatara Township Police Roundup: Diamond engagement ring stolen; iPhones, iPod taken

Posted 3/15/17

Diamond engagement ring stolenA $4,400 engagement ring was stolen from a home in the 1000 block of Bonnie Blue Lane, its owner told police March 1.She called police after multiple attempts to find it …

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Lower Swatara Township Police Roundup: Diamond engagement ring stolen; iPhones, iPod taken

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Diamond engagement ring stolen
A $4,400 engagement ring was stolen from a home in the 1000 block of Bonnie Blue Lane, its owner told police March 1.
She called police after multiple attempts to find it failed. Police said the owner believes it was stolen in November 2016. No sign of forced entry was found.
The police report was needed by the woman to pursue insurance coverage of the loss.
The ring was made of white gold and featured a radiant cut brilliant diamond.

Retail theft charge
Police say that John Pandelios, 22, of the first block of Nelson Manor Lane, has been charged for failing to repay $750 to a township resident who thought she was buying a mobile home from him.
When the buyer discovered Pandelios had actually sold the residence to an area mobile home dealer, she demanded that her money be returned, police said.
When Pandelios did not meet a deadline of March 2 to return the victim’s money, police filed the charge of retail theft. Police noted that although they have not been able to locate Pandelios, they are proceeding with the case.

DUI charge for woman
Jodi Sheetz, 38, of the 100 block of North Second Street, Bainbridge, has been charged with DUI, fleeing/attempting to elude office, careless driving, reckless endangering, speeding and failure to signal when turning.
Sheetz was taken into custody at 10:39 a.m. March 5 in the 900 block of West Harrisburg Pike, according to records in the office of District Justice Michael Smith.
She was driving a 1996 Chevrolet S10 pickup truck at the time and was stopped during the area police department’s speed control detail. Although the official police report about the arrest did not have the full details, the arrest involved a pursuit.
District Magisterial Court records state Sheetz was arraigned March 5 before District Justice Michael Zozos. Records as of March 8 also noted she had been placed in Dauphin County Prison after failing to post $5,000 in cash bail set by Zozos.
Sheetz is scheduled to appear before Smith on March 22 for a preliminary hearing.

2 charged after domestic
Charges of simple assault and harassment have been filed against two area residents.
Alecia Hain, 28, of the 100 block of North Pine Street, Middletown, and Miranda Hartman, 25, of the 100 block of B Lane, Harrisburg, were both arraigned on charges following an incident at Hartman’s home at 8:36 p.m. March 2.
Hain told police she was struck by Hartman. Investigators said Hain had evidence of a bite mark on her left forearm. Police said Hartman had a facial injury and was bleeding from a wound to her lips.
Witnesses told police Hain and Hartman were hitting each other.
An area ambulance service treated Hartman. Reportedly she refused to be taken to a hospital. There was no report of medical attention given to Hain.
They were taken to the Dauphin County Judicial Center, where they were arraigned before District Justice Steven Semic. Both were released after posting unsecured bails of $5,000 each.
Hain and Hartman are scheduled to appear before Smith on March 23 for a preliminary hearing.

Theft of iPhones, iPod
David Anderson, 20, of the 100 block of Racehorse Drive, Jonestown, has been charged in connection with the theft of two new iPhones and an iPod from a FedEx facility on Feb. 28.
He was employed at the Fulling Mill Road business at the time of the incident, police said. Investigators said FedEx security used merchandise manifests and video surveillance in their preliminary investigation.
Value of the merchandise is $1,500.
Anderson returned the iPhones and iPod when confronted by FedEx officials.

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