Dad ID'd, Girl Taken To Lehigh Valley Burn Unit After Lancaster Twp Fatal Fire: Officials Dad ID'd, Girl Taken To Lehigh Valley Burn Unit After Lancaster Twp Fatal Fire: Officials
Dad ID'd, Girl Taken To Lehigh Valley Burn Unit After Lancaster Twp Fatal Fire: Officials A girl is in the Lehigh Valley Burn Unit and her dad has died following a fire in the apartment building attached to the Bausman Post Office in Lancaster Township on Tuesday, Feb. 13, fire officials announced later that day.  Nathaniel Holmes, 45 of 221 Rosedale Avenue died at Penn Medicine Lancaster General Hospital at 12:16 a.m. on Feb. 13, Lancaster County Chief Deputy Can Eric Bieber detailed in a release. His cause and manner of death are pending the results of an auto, although Bieber noted he suffered thermal burns. The fire broke out in a house with three apartments (only…
Man Was 16 Years Old When He Shot Teen In Butt, Now He's Heading To Prison Man Was 16 Years Old When He Shot Teen In Butt, Now He's Heading To Prison
Jeffrey Moreau Heads To Prison For Shooting 15-Year-Old Boy A Lancaster City man pleaded guilty and was sentenced for a shooting he committed as a 16-year-old, the District Attorney's Office announced on Tuesday, Feb. 13.  Jeffrey Moreau, now 18 of the 300 block of South Prince Street, has pleaded guilty to aggravated assault, receiving stolen property, possession of a firearm by a minor, recklessly endangering another person (two counts), and tampering with evidence before being sentenced by Lancaster County Judge Merrill Spahn. The charges were for shooting a 15-year-old boy in the buttock in the 400 block of South Queen S…
Nationwide Recall Issued For Meat Products Due To Possible Contamination Nationwide Recall Issued For Meat Products Due To Possible Contamination
Nationwide Recall Issued For Meat Products Due To Possible Contamination A  nationwide recall has been issued for a brand of meat products. Fratelli Beretta USA, Inc., based in Mount Olive, NJ, says the undetermined amount of ready-to-eat (RTE) meat charcuterie products containing Coppa may be under-processed, which may have resulted in possible contamination with foodborne pathogens. The recall was announced by the US Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS). The Coppa products have various best-by-dates.  Coppa, a dry-cured capicola, is a boneless pork shoulder product that is dry-cured. Click here to view product…
Man Found Dead In York City Parking Lot, Coroner Says Man Found Dead In York City Parking Lot, Coroner Says
Man Found Dead In York City Parking Lot, Coroner Says A man was found dead in a York City parking lot on Saturday the York County Coroner's office announced Monday evening.  The York County Coroner's office was called to a parking lot at 380 West Market Street at 7:01 a.m. on Feb. 2. Who found the man and how exactly he was located is unknown Deputy Coroner Karen Frank investigated and certified the man's death. He was pronounced dead at 7:41 a.m. on Saturday. His next-of-kin has been notified according to the release. His cause and manner of death are pending.  York City Police is investigating. The coroner's office noted, "At th…
20-Year-Old Man Killed In Central PA Snowmobile Crash, Authorities Say 20-Year-Old Man Killed In Central PA Snowmobile Crash, Authorities Say
20-Year-Old Man Killed In Central PA Snowmobile Crash, Authorities Say A 20-year-old man was in a fatal snowmobile crash in York County on Tuesday morning authorities told Daily Voice.  The snowmobile crashed into a utility pole in the 200 block of York Road between Miller Road and Pleasant Drive in Newberry Township just after 8 a.m. on Feb. 13, according to York County Office of Emergency Management Public Information Officer Ted Czech.  Czech confirmed that a coroner was called to the scene for the crash.  Additional details are expected to be released by the York County Coroner's office. Check back here for those updates. 
Bald Eagle Struck On Highway Rescued By Pennsylvania State Police Troopers Bald Eagle Struck On Highway Rescued By Pennsylvania State Police Troopers
Bald Eagle Struck On Highway Rescued By Pennsylvania State Police Troopers Two Pennsylvania State Police Troopers went on a rescue mission for a special bird. Troopers Alex Ebbert and Emilio Rizzo were called to a report of a bald eagle struck on Route 422 in Greenwood Township, Perry County on Sunday around 11 a.m., according to PSP.  They arrived to find that the bird suffered from an injured wing after being hit by a car.  "Trooper Ebbert used his cruiser jacket to wrap the bird for secure transport," state police stated in a release. "They met PA Game Commission personnel at PSP Newport, who took the eagle for rehabilitation."
Teen Admits Sharing Child Porn On Discord: Manheim Twp. Police In Affidavit Teen Admits Sharing Child Porn On Discord: Manheim Twp. Police In Affidavit
Malik Sams Admits Sharing Child Porn On Discord: Affidavit An 18-year-old man is accused of both uploading and downloading child pornography on the chatting app/website Discord, Manheim Township police announced on Feb. 9. Malik Jaden Sams of the 400 block of Delp Road in Lancaster began being investigated after authorities received multiple Cyper Tipline reports of an IP address in the home where he lived and the account "ZackDaRat#7143" which he later admitted to using, according to the affidavit of probable cause obtained by Daily Voice.  He both uploaded and downloaded images of child pornography between January and March 2023, the police …
Shotgun-Wielding PA Man Kills Wife Of NJ Friend Who Took Him In, Dies Soon After: Authorities Shotgun-Wielding PA Man Kills Wife Of NJ Friend Who Took Him In, Dies Soon After: Authorities
Shotgun-Wielding PA Man Kills Wife Of NJ Friend Who Took Him In, Dies Soon After: Authorities 𝗨𝗣𝗗𝗔𝗧𝗘: A Pennsylvania man shot and killed the wife of a friend who took him into their northwest New Jersey home, then died of a medical emergency moments after fleeing, authorities said. Cheryl Schilling and her husband, Kevin, ran to an upstairs bedroom and closed the door after Armond Anthony Avitable grabbed a pump-action shotgun during an argument at their home in the Knowlton Township community of Columbia shortly before 8 p.m. Monday, Feb. 12, they said. Avitable then kicked open the door and fired two shotgun blasts, both of which wounded the 58-year-old woman, Warren County P…
PA Mom, Nurse Takes Clonazepam, Amphetamine Before Head-On Crash With Son In Car: Affidavit PA Mom, Nurse Takes Clonazepam, Amphetamine Before Head-On Crash With Son In Car: Affidavit
Nurse, Mom, Vet. Kristan Gantz High During Crash: Affidavit A 43-year-old mom of two allegedly caused a head-on crash into a tree by driving under the influence of drugs and alcohol, Northern Lancaster County Regional Police detailed in a release on Thursday, Feb. 9.  Kristen Leigh Gantz of Lititz crashed a black Honda Pilot into a tree along East Oregon Road, Manheim Township around 9:30 p.m. on Dec. 12, according to Officer William R. McHale IV in the affidavit of probable cause obtained by Daily Voice.  Gantz crashed in such a way that she "could only be freed by mechanical means," as stated in the affidavit. In the meantime, her 16-yea…
PA 911 Operator, Kaitlynn Beatty, 20, Killed In Crash: State Police PA 911 Operator, Kaitlynn Beatty, 20, Killed In Crash: State Police
PA 911 Operator, Kaitlynn Beatty, 20, Killed In Crash: State Police A three-vehicle crash has left a 911 operator dead, authorities explained in the days following her sudden passing.  Kaitlynn Elizabeth Beatty, 20 of Irwin, was killed in a three-vehicle crash along Glades Pike/Route 31, west of Tree Army Road in Jefferson Township on Jan. 30, as detailed in the Pennsylvania State Police report.  Kaitlynn died at the scene, PSP Trooper Christopher Allen Explained. She had been on her way home from work at Somerset County 911.  She was a Pittsburgh native who had turned 20 years old just 15 days before the crash, according to her obituar…
One Injured When Car Slams Into Annville Home: Fire Officials One Injured When Car Slams Into Annville Home: Fire Officials
One Injured When Car Slams Into Annville Home: Fire Officials One person was injured when a car slammed into a home in Anville on Sunday morning, fire officials announced. The Bellegrove Fire Company was called to a report of a motor vehicle accident into a structure in the 1500 block of North State at 1:56 a.m., on Feb. 11, the company detailed in a release later that day. One person was treated by EMS, but it is unclear if they were a resident or the person in the vehicle.  "Crews shored up [the] interior wall of structure which was damaged," as stated in the release.  The people who live in the home are being assisted by the Red Cr…
Four-Vehicle Crash Sends Van Into Hookah Store: Lebanon City Police Four-Vehicle Crash Sends Van Into Hookah Store: Lebanon City Police
Four-Vehicle Crash Sends Van Into Hookah Store: Lebanon City Police A four-vehicle crash sent a van into a hookah store on Saturday, Lebanon City police announced on Feb. 12.  The Lebanon City Police were called to a "vehicle accident involving a vehicle into a structure" in the 900 block of Cumberland Street at 5:28 a.m. on Feb. 10, according to a release by the department.  Investigators believe the van seen slammed into the front of Hookah Island (see the main photo) had been changing lanes when it struck a vehicle (not pictured) forcing that vehicle into another (also not pictured) while it continued into the white van (pictured) which was par…