Nature of Incident:
DUI and Domestic Assault
Date of Incident:
June 18, 2013
Location of Incident:
New Freedom, PA

Person Involved: Jerome Carl Foltz   age 56
Revere Dr
New Freedom
Incident Summary:
On 6/17/2013 at 7:41 pm Officers from Southern Regional Police Department were dispatched to North Second St. in New Freedom Borough for a report of an intoxicated male driving a riding tractor on North Second St. in the area of Pleasant Ave.

The caller also reported that the male riding the mower stopped in the middle of the road and kicked her car and punched her in the head. Upon arrival Officers made contact with a male sitting on a riding tractor and a female standing outside her vehicle nearby.

The male was identified as Jerome Carl Foltz, age 56, from Revere Dr, New Freedom. FOLTZ was impaired and uncooperative with police, and was yelling obscene language in the street.

Prior to police being called FOLTZ was involved in a domestic dispute at his residence where FOLTZ was locked outside due to intoxication. FOLTZ began kicking the door and cutting the screen door with a knife in an attempt to gain entry into the house. After FOLTZ could not gain entry into the house FOLTZ left on a riding tractor from Revere Dr. to North Second St. While on North Second St. FOLTZ assaulted the female caller by kicking her car and punching her in the head.

While in the police cruiser FOLTZ head butted the cage partition causing a laceration to his facial area. While at the hospital FOLTZ was yelling racial slurs and remained uncooperative. FOLTZ was later transported to central booking and remained uncooperative.

FOLTZ was arraigned on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol, drivers required to be licensed, simple assault, disorderly conduct, public drunkenness, harassment, and operation of unregistered vehicle. FOLTZ was committed to York County Prison in Lieu of $5000 bail.



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