Nature of Incident:
Separate incidents over the weekend.

- Six DUI arrests  -  Aug 22-24
- Hit & Run Accident  -  Aug 24
- Retail Theft  -    Aug 23
- Disorderly Conduct  -  Aug 24
Date of Incidents:
August 22-24, 2014
Location of Incident:
Shrewsbury, PA
New Freedom, PA
Stewartstown, PA

Person Involved:  
Incident Summary:
- During the weekend of August 22 to 24, 2014 officers from Southern Regional Police Department made 6 Driving under the influence arrests. Of those DUI arrests 3 were drug related. Two of the 6 DUIís attempted to flee and elude police officers. During one DUI investigation several items of marijuana paraphernalia and "hash" cannabis wax were seized.

- On the evening of August 24, 2014 officers responded to a hit and run accident in Shrewsbury Borough. The feeing vehicle rear-ended a boat trailer being towed. Officers located the suspect vehicle on Main St in Glen Rock borough. The driver was located in a nearby apartment building and arrested for DUI and other traffic related offenses. He was transported to central booking and held for a probation violation.

- On the afternoon of August 23, 2014 Officers made a retail theft arrest at Saubel's grocery store in Stewartstown Borough after a customer stole grocery items and left the store. She was subsequently arrested and transported to the York County Sheriffs office on an out-of state warrant for theft.

- On the evening of August 24, 2014 officers were called to Messina's Pizzeria on N Main St in Stewartstown for a disorderly subject. During that incident the suspect, a white male having short red hair and short facial hair, broke a passenger side window on a tan Jeep in the parking lot then entered the restaurant to purchase a six-pack of beer. At that time he became upset with the cost of the beer and threw the six-pack into the kitchen area nearly striking the cook and breaking his cell phone. Police are still searching for the subject and ask the public to help in identifying him.



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