LPD investigating assault and break-in on Lake Avenue

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By Emily LaForme

A tip was called in to The Lebanon Enterprise last week about an assault and burglary that took place in Lebanon on June 18 on Lake Avenue.

The assault and burglary took place at approximately 1 a.m., with Lebanon Police Department responding soon afterwards.

The caller was disappointed that the Lebanon Police Department did not alert the press or public sooner about the assault and burglary, which Assistant Police Chief Greg Young explains is due to a pile up of cases and not enough resources to investigate cases as quickly as they would like. 

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