Lancaster County Sheriff Patrick McCranie this week noted there are no arrests to report.
November 18: Staff responded to the 5700 block of Mary Ball Road for suspicious activity, and to the 1100 block of Old Salem Road for trespassing.
November 19: Staff responded to Mary Ball Road in the White Stone area for a reckless driver, and to the 3800 block of Mary Ball Road for a domestic disturbance involving a juvenile.
November 20: Staff responded to the 1300 block of Bluff Point Road to assist the Northumberland County Sheriff’s Office for a domestic disturbance, to the 8600 block of Mary Ball Road for the reported use of counterfeit US currency to purchase items and larceny.
November 21: Staff responded to the 8400 block of River Road for a possible burglary, to the 100 block of Cherry Hill Road for shooting in the area, to the 9000 block of Mary Ball Road a sexual assault, to the 600 block of Chesapeake Trail for a trespasser, to the 8200 block of Mary Ball Road for a reckless driver, to the 100 block of Loblolly Lane for suspicious activity, to the 100 block of North Main Street for a bomb threat, and to a walk-in report of unauthorized use of a vehicle.
November22: Staff responded to the Robert O. Norris Jr. Memorial Bridge for debris in the roadway creating a traffic hazard, and to the 500 block of Oliver Lane to assist emergency medical services with a patient with an altered mental status.
November 23: Staff responded to the 200 block of Windfall Lane for a suspicious vehicle, to Overlook Court and West Point Road for possible suspicious activity, to the 11500 block of Mary Ball Road for a possible suicidal person, to the 400 block of King Carter Drive for a verbal disagreement involving alcohol, to Shoreline Drive for an abandoned vehicle.
November 24: Staff responded to the 100 block of Lumberlost Road for loud music, to the 200 block of Benson Road for a domestic disturbance involving alcohol, and to the 1800 block of Hoecake Road for the report of child sexual abuse.
Staff also conducted 12 traffic stops, issued four summonses, assisted nine motorists, recorded seven deer strike accidents, handled six calls for traffic control, investigated nine building alarms, logged two inmate transports, received seven E911 hang-up calls, and fielded seven calls for animal control service.
Kilmarnock Volunteer Fire Department responded to a traffic crash on North Main Street, heavy smoke on Primary School Circle, a bomb threat on North Main Street, a power pole fire on Waddys Road, and with White Stone VFD to a structure fire on Harris Road and the smell of smoke on Hawthorne Avenue.
Upper Lancaster VFD responded to a stove fire on Browns Store Road, a structure fire on Morattico Road, and with Kilmarnock VFD to a structure fire on Bayview Drive.
For November 17-23, the Kilmarnock-Lancaster Volunteer Rescue Squad, Upper Lancaster Volunteer Rescue Squad and Lancaster County Emergency Services responded to 46 calls, including 26 medical emergencies, seven injuries, two traffic accidents, six fire calls and five other calls.