Manheim Township Police have filed charges against a 16-year-old and a 19-year-old in connection with 22 burglaries and attempted burglaries in Lancaster Township in November and December of 2013.
According to officials, the burglaries happened on Deep Hollow Lane, Judie Lane, Timber Point Lane, Sterling Place, Rabbit Hill Lane, Chadwick Circle, Michelle Drive, Townsend Court, Drummers Lane, South President Avenue, New Danville Pike, Schoolhouse Road and Buchanan Avenue.
Police said entry to the residences was by force and through unlocked windows and doors. They also occurred at various times of day and night; residents were home in two of the burglaries. Electronics, cash, and jewelry were taken.
A 16-year-old juvenile from North Carolina was staying with a relative in Lancaster when he was charged with 19 counts of burglary, 14 counts of criminal conspiracy, three counts of attempted burglary and 19 counts of theft. He was taken into custody on Jan. 10 and turned over to Lancaster County Youth Intervention Center.
On Jan. 23, police charged 19-year-old Kayne B. Blasick M of Jennings Drive, Lancaster, with 12 counts of burglary, one count of attempted burglary, 13 counts of criminal conspiracy and 12 counts of theft.
Blasick was taken into custody at his home that same day. He was committed to Lancaster County Prison in lieu of $250,000 bail.