Troopers issue stats

Pennsylvania State Police, Gettysburg, handled 1,178 incidents in February.

Offenses totaled 128, of which 122 were founded, state police said. Criminal arrests totaled 79 and 76 offenses were cleared.

Traffic accidents totaled 99, including one fatality connected to driving under the influence. Injuries totaled 44. A dozen crashes were hit-and-run. Crashes involving DUI totaled 14. Troopers made 50 DUI arrests.

Troopers issued 532 traffic citations and 632 warnings and assisted 65 motorists.

Public drunk cited

A Gettysburg woman was charged with public drunkenness Feb. 26.

Khia Artis, 21, was found asleep on stairs at an apartment building at 1 Johnson Drive in Straban Township at 7:51 a.m., state police alleged.

Woman hurt, man charged

A man was charged after an alleged Feb. 24 incident.

A woman transported herself to Gettysburg Hospital for treatment of injuries alleged to have been suffered in an altercation, state police said.

Chad Lavia, 45, was charged with harassment and simple assault and held at Adams County Prison in lieu of $15,000 cash bail, according to a magisterial docket.

The 12:32 a.m. incident occurred at the Quality Inn, 871 York Road, Straban Township, police said.

Cited after crash

A Biglerville woman was charged with a lane violation following a crash Friday on Center Mills Road.

Luisa Carella, 22, appeared to be injured but was not transported by ambulance after the 10:58 a.m. crash, police said.

She was at the wheel of a 2014 Hyundai Tucson that struck a utility pole north of Bull Valley Road about a mile south of Aspers, police said.

Car kicked

Two men were cited Saturday after one supposedly kicked a car.

Edward Acosta, 18, of Belleville, N.J., was charged with public drunkenness and criminal mischief after the 11:08 p.m. incident on Railroad Street, Gettysburg police said.

Brian Cardace, 19, of Clinton, N.J., was charged with underage drinking, police said.

Both were released after being cited, police said.

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