Tuesday, February 6, 2018

Citations, etc. | Columbia Borough Police Department

DANIEL PAUL STERBA, AGE 52, OF INDIANA. WAS CITED FOR OBEDIENCE TO TRAFFIC-CONTROL DEVICES, AT 3RD AND LINDEN STREETS, 04 FEBRUARY 2018.

JONATHAN DONELL McKNIGHT, AGE 36, OF COLUMBIA WAS CITED FOR OPERATION OF VEHICLE WITHOUT OFFICIAL CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION, AT NORTH THIRD AND CHESTNUT STREETS, 03 FEBRUARY 2018.

KALEB TEKEDA BERHANV, AGE 37, OF MARIETTA, WAS CITED FOR OPERATION OF VEHICLE WITHOUT OFFICIAL CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION AT NORTH 3RD. STREET AND AVENUE H, 03 FEBRUARY 2018.

MATTHEW BOOSE, AGE 48, OF YORK, WAS CITED FOR STOP SIGNS & YIELD SIGNS, AT FIFTH AND CHESTNUT STREETS, 02 FEBRUARY 2018.

LEONARDA MENDEZ-ROMAN, AGE 49, OF COLUMBIA, WAS CITED FOR OPERATION OF VEHICLE WITHOUT OFFICIAL CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION, IN THE 600 BLOCK OF SOUTH 9TH STREET, 03 FEBRUARY 2018.

BREANNE J. HALTEMAN, AGE 26, OF MARYLAND, WAS CITED FOR STOP SIGNS & YIELD SIGNS, IN THE 400 BLOCK OF LINDEN STREET, 03 FEBRUARY 2018.

TRABON AMIR MASSEY, AGE 20, OF STEELTON, WAS CITED FOR OPERATION OF VEHICLE WITHOUT OFFICIAL CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION, AND FOR DRIVERS REQUIRED TO BE LICENSED, IN THE FIRST BLOCK OF NORTH FOURTH STREET, 03 FEBRUARY 2018

JOSHUA PAUL PITTENGER, AE 37, OF COLUMBIA, WAS CITED FOR DISORDERLY CONDUCT IN THE 1000 BLOCK OF WALNLUT STREET, 04 FEBRUARY 2018.

RONALD E. JOHNSON, AGE 48, OF COLUMBIA, WAS CITED FOR OPERATION OF VEHICLE WITHOUT OFFICIAL CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION AND FOR DRIVING WHILE OPERATING PRIVILEGE IS SUSPENDED OR REVOKED IN THE 300 BLOCK OF CHERRY STREET, 05 FEBRUARY 2018.

MICHAEL J. HESS, AGE 43, OF COLUMBIA, WAS CITED FOR ABANDONMENT OF VEHICLES, FOR PARKING AN INOPERABLE VEHICLE FOR MORE THAT 48 HOURS IN THE 900 BLOCK OF LOCUST STREET.



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6 comments:

  1. way too many icy sidewalks in town

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    1. What in the world did that comment have to with the citations? Really, just curious. Geez!!!

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    2. The person commenting might want to draw attention to the icy sidewalks and there is not a matching article with which to post that comment. Residents can be cited for not clearing their sidewalks, so it's not that far of a stretch. I think that the code department would issue that type of citation, not the police department.

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    3. I think the way to draw REAL attention is to pick up a phone and place a call, not comment on a post that has nothing to do with one's concern. Just saying ....

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  2. Now People STOP fighting, these problems lie with the HAPLESS Boro Council for not doing their Jobs.

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  3. Residents have 24 hours to clear there walks

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