Sunday, March 25, 2018

Hit and Run of a residence | Columbia Borough Police Department

400 block of Union Street
On Saturday, March 24, 2018 at approximately 7:30 pm Officers from the Columbia Borough Police Department responded to a vehicle accident involving a car into a house.  Officers arrived and learned that a silver Ford sedan occupied by an older white male had fled the area south on S. Fourth Street.  Witnesses stated that the male was attempting to parallel park and was backing into a space when the vehicle struck the vehicle behind it and  drove up onto the sidewalk striking two separate houses.  There appeared to be no structural damage and only cosmetic damage to both residences.  The suspect vehicle will have damage to the right rear tail light assembly which was collected at the scene.  Columbia Borough Police are asking for assistance with locating the vehicle.  Any information can be forwarded to the Columbia Borough Police (717)684-7735 or text LANCS to 847411.
Saturday, March 24, 2018

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Anonymous said...

Snow question. Where there any vehicles towed or ticketed during the snow emergency last week and anyone fired for not shoveling? Lancaster towed over 250 cars. Leo will tell you the thruth!

Anonymous said...

Nope, nobody was fired for not shoveling!!

Anonymous said...

Can't imagine many issues for not clearing sidewalks. The show stopped around 5:00 AM on Thursday morning meaning sidewalks had to be cleared by Friday morning...mother nature melted most of the snow during that time period.