DUIs suspected

Pennsylvania State Police investigated several incidents this month where drivers were suspected of driving under the influence of alcohol or other controlled substances.

Police arrested a man on suspicion of driving under the influence (DUI) at the intersection of Jacks Mountain and Zoo roads May 11.

Police stopped a 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt for an equipment violation and suspected the driver to be under the influence of alcohol and a controlled substance, state police said.The 21-year-old Fairfield man was arrested and taken to Gettysburg Hospital for a blood draw, police said.

Police arrested a Fairfield man on suspicion of DUI at the intersection of High Rock and Cold Springs roads May 18.

Police allege David Hatfield, 32, of Fairfield, was asleep in his parked vehicle at 7:43 a.m. Police allege Hatfield also possessed a firearm concealed within his vehicle and controlled substances.

Police arrested a person on suspicion of DUI and alleged marijuana possession May 22 at the intersection of Carlisle Pike and Red Hill Road.

The 22-year-old York man was at the wheel of a 2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee, state police said. The man was arrested after a traffic stop at 11:33 p.m., police said.

Lake Meade crash

A driver is accused of fleeing the scene after his vehicle ran off the road into a ditch on Lake Meade drive May 21.

A 2004 Honda Odyssey sustained damage when it landed in a drainage ditch after running off the road. The driver, Jacob Klunk, 28, of Hanover, left the scene after the crash, police alleged.

Car hits tree

A driver was cited after a crash on White Church Road May 22.

Dustin Waugh, 27, of Hanover, was traveling south on White Church Road when he fell asleep and his vehicle hit a tree, police alleged. Waugh’s 2012 Ford Focus was damaged, said police. Waugh refused transport to the hospital following the 9:06 a.m. crash, police said. Waugh was charged with a lane violation, according to a magisterial docket.

Rear end wreck

Two vehicles were involved in a crash at the intersection of Heidlersburg and Old Carlisle roads May 22.

Zane Black, 20, of Gettysburg was following too closely behind a 2013 Kenworth Northwest T660 driven by Antonio Guzman, 53, of Allentown, police alleged. Guzman slowed to turn right onto Old Carlisle Road and was rear ended by Black’s 2006 General Motors Envoy, which was towed from the scene. Neither driver was injured, according to police. Black was charged with a lane violation, according to a magisterial docket.

Credit card fraud

Police are investigating the fraudulent use of a Greenbriar Road resident’s credit card on May 24.

Maura Pierce, 24, of York Springs, told authorities her credit card had been used to make a purchase of $58.23 on Amazon.com without her permission, said state police. Pierce provided a name of a suspect and the investigation continues, police said.

Theft alleged

Police are investigating an alleged theft from the York Road, Gettysburg, Walmart on May 26.

A female stole items from the store by placing them underneath HP printer cartridges at the self-checkout, state police said. The suspect left in a black car, but the license plate number was not obtained, according to police.

Parking lot hit-and-run

Police are investigating a hit-and-run in the Walmart parking lot on York Road May 26.

Surveillance video showed a silver or gray pickup truck backing into a blue Cobalt before leaving the parking lot, state police said. The vehicle occupants were two adult Hispanic males, said police.

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