LANCASTER – A 28-year-old man was arrested early Monday morning after he was pulled over for speeding on a motorcycle that was later discovered to be stolen, authorities said.
Andre Bass was taken into custody following a brief foot chase, according to a press release from the Lancaster Sheriff’s Station. Read it below:
[Around 7:55 a.m. Monday, May 12], a Lancaster Station Motorcycle Unit conducted a traffic stop for a speeding motorist riding a motorcycle near the 1800 Block of West Avenue K.
Initially, the suspect was cooperative with the deputy, but later ran from the scene. The deputy pursued the suspect on foot and quickly apprehended Suspect Andre Bass.
The investigation later discovered the motorcycle was stolen from a Lancaster location back in February.
Suspect Bass was transported to the Lancaster Station jail and booked for receiving stolen property and driving a stolen vehicle with addition additional charges pending. He was held on $25,000 bail.
Teen burglary suspects arrested in a vacant home
A 14-year-old boy and 19-year-old Travelle Hamblet were arrested Monday afternoon for stealing an oven from a vacant Lancaster home and stashing it in another home where they were allegedly squatting, according to a press release from the Lancaster Sheriff’s Station. Read it below:
Lancaster Deputies responded to a burglary call at a residence located on the 45300 Block of Gadsden Avenue.
Initial reports indicated that two unknown men had broken into a vacant home and moved stolen items to another vacant home located on the same street.
Deputies found Suspect Travelle Hamblet and a 14-year-old juvenile in a vacant home with a stolen oven.
The stolen oven was taken by the suspects from one vacant home which was being renovated and placed in another vacant home which they were “squatting”. Both suspects were transported to Lancaster Station Jail for booking of burglary charges. Suspect Hamblet was being held on $20,000 bail. The [juvenile] subject was cited and release to a legal guardian.