Billie Holdren, of Camp Hill, was stopped on the Harrisburg Pike for speeding and nearly hitting a concrete divider. She was arrested on suspicion of DUI and refused a legal blood draw. She was taken to booking.
Police were called to a trucking terminal in reference to a trespasser. The subject snuck in the facility and was on site doing laundry. She did not work, nor was she associated in any way with the trucking company. She was arrested for trespassing after gathering her laundry.
Police were called the the Love’s travel plaza in reference to a private property auto accident with no injuries. On police arrival the officer found the traffic in the lot to be backed up all the way to the Harrisburg Pike causing a traffic issue on the Pike. The officer found the accident, which involved two tractor trailers, both of which were completely blocking the lot. The vehicles were drivable, however, the drivers refused to move because they didn’t exchange information yet and the two trucks were stuck together. After a half dozen requests by the officer for the trucks to move out of the way to allow for movement of traffic, the suspect, Zackary Pender, of Louisiana, began to get in the officer’s face screaming, swearing and threatening him because he “had a bad day”. As the officer attempted to deescalate the situation the other driver began to move his truck. Seeing this, Pender ran over to the other driver, jumped up on the steps and stuck his upper torso in the open window, getting in the driver’s face making threats. The officer approached Pender and attempted to get him away from the other driver to avoid a pending assault. The officer had a hold of one arm and Pender spun around and punched the officer in the face. The officer then tased Pender and he was placed into custody. The officer was treated at Carlisle Hospital and suffered a concussion, contusions, and blunt force trauma. Pender, who was responsible for the accident, was charged with aggravated assault and disorderly conduct.
Dawson Kirkland, of Newport, was arrested after police were called to a residence for a strange male sleeping on the caller’s porch. Kirkland was extremely intoxicated and arrested for public intoxication.
Police were called to a non-injury auto accident. John Helbers, of Florida, was exiting the wrong way on a one way entrance and struck a right of way vehicle. He was arrested on suspicion of DUI and taken to the booking center where he submitted to a legal blood draw.
Captial Meats, based out of Virginia, was cited along with it’s employees for soliciting without a permit. Capital Meats has a history of being cited for violating the peddling ordinance. If you observe a Capital Meats salesman in your area call police.
A juvenile was arrested for underage drinking after an officer on patrol observed a suspicious group of people walking along the road late at night.