Arrest Warrant Issued for Attempted Homicide Suspect

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RONKS, PA — A former resident of Manheim, Pennsylvania is wanted by the East Lampeter Township Police Department in connection to an attempted homicide.

Terrence R Henderson, age 43, has been charged with Criminal Attempt at Homicide and related offenses after an incident that occurred at the Olde Amish Inn located at 33 Eastbrook Rd in Ronks, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania on Wednesday.

Authorities state that on June 8, 2022, at approximately 7:30 am, East Lampeter Township Police responded to the Olde Amish Inn for a report of a person stabbed. It was later determined that a 64-year-old male victim was stabbed while in his motel room. The victim advised that an unknown male entered his room and began assaulting him. The suspect then stabbed the victim several times in the neck with a screwdriver while telling the victim that he was going to kill him. An investigation identified the suspect as Terrence R Henderson and an arrest warrant has been issued.

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Officer Ryan Weigand has charged Henderson with the following offenses:

  • Criminal Attempt at Homicide (F-1)
  • Aggravated Assault – 2 counts(F-1)
  • Burglary (F-1)
  • Terroristic Threats (M-1)

Henderson had fled the scene prior to police arrival and a warrant was signed for the arrest of Terrence R Henderson.

If you see or know the whereabouts of Terrence R Henderson, or have additional information regarding this investigation, contact the East Lampeter Township Police Department at 717-291-4676 or submit a tip online here.

Information is subject to change at any time as additional details may emerge. Information, a criminal complaint, or an arrest is not a declaration of guilt. A suspect, arrestee, or defendant is presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

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