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Drunk woman yelling profanities reported at HIA; tools stolen: Lower Swatara Police Roundup

Posted 4/10/19

Two Harrisburg men were found with K2, or synthetic marijuana, in a traffic stop in the 800 block of South Eisenhower Boulevard at 2:14 a.m. March 30, according to an affidavit filed with District …

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Drunk woman yelling profanities reported at HIA; tools stolen: Lower Swatara Police Roundup

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Two Harrisburg men were found with K2, or synthetic marijuana, in a traffic stop in the 800 block of South Eisenhower Boulevard at 2:14 a.m. March 30, according to an affidavit filed with District Judge Michael J. Smith.

Frank Acevedo, 46, and Tre Davon Williams, 24, face a number of charges including manufacture, delivery or possession with intent to manufacture and deliver.

According to the affidavit, police said Acevedo, the driver, had bloodshot and glassy eyes. His preliminary breath test was negative for alcohol.

Acevedo reportedly told police he had K2 in his pocket. When officers searched Williams, police found a baggie of suspected marijuana and K2.

In the car, police allegedly found multiple baggies of K2 in two larger baggies.

A blood draw was taken from Acevedo; results were not reported.

Williams and Acevedo also have been charged with manufacturing, distributing or possessing a designer drug and possession of drug paraphernalia. Acevedo has also been charged with DUI, and Williams was charged with possession of marijuana.

They were arraigned before District Judge David O’Leary. Williams’ bail was set at $30,000, and Acevedo’s at $50. Their preliminary hearing was set at April 17.

Public drunkenness at HIA

A 33-year-old woman faces charges after an incident at Harrisburg International Airport.

According to the affidavit filed with District Judge Michael J. Smith, airport police responded to a report of a disorderly and intoxicated passenger at the Allegiant Airline counter at 2:11 p.m. March 31.

Marquisha Marie Roane, of Sanford, Florida, was reportedly yelling profanities into her phone. In the affidavit, police wrote that she was intoxicated, and slurring her words, drooling and had the odor of alcohol coming from her breath.

When police attempted to arrest her, she allegedly stiffened her arms and went limp and had to be dragged to the station.

Roane has been charged with resisting arrest, disorderly conduct and public drunkenness.

She was arraigned before Judge David O’Leary, and her bail was set at $20,000. Her preliminary hearing has been set for April 17.

Tools stolen from worksite

A York resident reported the theft of about $1,000 of tools from outside a residence in the 100 block of Tioga Avenue at 7:15 a.m. April 3.

The victim was there to do work on the Tioga residence, and left tools lying outside of the garage. When the victim returned the next day, the Milwaukee-brand tools were gone.

The theft is under investigation.

DUI charges for Tenn. woman

A Knoxville, Tennessee, woman has been charged with DUI after a witness told police he saw her drink from a mini-bottle of alcohol while her car was stopped.

Police pulled over Colleen Elizabeth Ryan, 31, near the intersection of Powderhorn Road and Heritage Square at 8:06 p.m. March 30. Her vehicle allegedly hit the curb as she pulled over.

According to the affidavit filed with District Judge Michael J. Smith, police saw two mini-bottles of alcohol, one of which was open, between her legs.

Police took her to the booking center for a blood draw. Ryan at first agreed, but later refused, and a search warrant was executed for a sample, according to the affidavit. The results were not reported.

While being taken back to her cell, Ryan allegedly struck a corrections officer on the arm with her sandal.

In addition to DUI, she has been charged with aggravated assault, careless driving and restrictions on alcoholic beverages. She was arraigned before Judge David O’Leary, and her bail was set at $20,000. Ryan’s preliminary hearing is scheduled for April 24.

Citations after accident on pike

An 18-year-old man has been cited after a three-vehicle crash at the intersection of West Harrisburg Pike and Meade Avenue at 5 p.m. March 28.

According to police, Stewart Mackenzie, of Bayville, New Jersey, was driving east on West Harrisburg Pike when he attempted to stop at the intersection, slammed on his brakes, and collided with two other vehicles.

The drivers were treated at the scene, and all three vehicles were towed, police said.

Mackenzie was cited with failing to stop at a red signal and careless driving.

DUI charges for Harrisburg man

A Harrisburg man faces DUI charges following a traffic stop in the 100 block of Richardson Road at 1:31 a.m. April 1.

Police saw a car, allegedly driven by Jordan Christopher Poles, 27, fail to signal a turn and tried to turn on a road separated by a grass embankment, according to the affidavit filed with District Judge Michael J. Smith.

Police reportedly smelled the odor of marijuana coming from his vehicle, and Poles told officers that there was marijuana in his center console. According to the affidavit, officers also found paraphernalia.

A blood draw was taken; results were not reported.

Poles also has been charged with possession of a small amount of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.

His preliminary hearing has been scheduled for May 20.

E-town woman cited after crash

An Elizabethtown woman has been cited after a three-car crash at the intersection of West Harrisburg Pike and Meade Avenue at 1:18 p.m. March 29.

Sondra L. Coble, 66, was driving west on West Harrisburg Pike when she allegedly ran a red light and struck a vehicle turning onto West Harrisburg Pike driven by a Mount Joy man. Police said the Mount Joy man’s car rolled into a car driven by a Susquehanna Township woman.

Coble has been cited with failing to stop at a red signal.

Man charged with DUI

A Harrisburg man has been charged with DUI following a traffic stop at 9:37 p.m. March 24 on Route 283 after he allegedly didn’t stop at a stop sign.

According to the affidavit filed with District Judge Michael J. Smith, the driver, Patrick John Lynch, 33, told police he drank seven beers over five hours.

A blood draw was taken; results were not reported.

Charges include DUI, failing to stop at a stop sign and careless driving. His preliminary hearing is May 1.

Profanities written on car

A Maryland resident reported that someone wrote profanities in an unknown substance and drew male genitalia on their car while it was parked on the 200 block of West Main Street.

The incident was reported at 6:36 p.m. March 27. It didn’t cause permanent damage and the victim was able to wash the substance off the vehicle

The incident is under investigation.

Car keyed at Campus Heights

A Lansdowne resident reported to police at 10:29 a.m. March 29 that someone keyed their car while it was parked in the 1400 block of Campus Heights.

Officers estimate the damage at $50.

It is under investigation.