Cited after crash
A Hanover woman was cited after an April 13 crash on Carlisle Pike (Pa. Route 94).
Helena Glass, 71, was charged with failing to yield, according to a magisterial docket.
Neither Glass nor the other driver, Michael Duvall, 62, of Halethorpe, Md., was injured in the 2:46 p.m. crash near Staub Road just south of Hampton in Reading Township, police said.
A 2015 Ford Explorer, driven by Glass, pulled out from a parking lot and struck the passenger side of a 2010 Dodge Journey driven by Duvall, which spun 180 degrees after the impact, police said.
Many charges in crash
A driver was “cited for numerous traffic violations” after an April 13 crash at Carlisle Pike (Pa. Route 94) and East Berlin Road (Pa. Route 234), state police said.
Southbound in a 2004 Saturn Ion, the driver struck the rear of a 2011 Ford Fusion that was stopped for a red light at 12:04 a.m., resulting in minor damage and no injuries, police said.
Police released no names after the crash just north of Hampton in Reading Township.
1 driver hurt, 1 cited
One driver was hurt and the other cited after a 2:52 a.m. crash April 14 on U.S. Route 15 approximately 1-½ miles south of the York Springs exit, state police said.
A York Springs ambulance transported Lamond Jones, 76, of Alexandria, Va., to Gettysburg Hospital with what appeared to be a minor injury, police said.
Joshua Rodriguez, 26, of Spotsylvania, Va. was charged with following too closely, according to a magisterial docket.
Rodriguez, northbound in a 2013 Volkswagen Golf, “failed to see” that Jones was driving a 2014 Chevrolet Malibu “at a slow speed” police said. After the rear-end collision, the vehicles came to rest down an embankment on the highway’s west side, police said.
Drug charges filed
A man and woman were charged with drug offenses after a traffic stop April 14 on U.S. Route 15, state police said.
Terry Long Jr., 28, of Sinking Springs, was charged with possessing a controlled substance, possessing a small amount of marijuana for personal use, possessing drug paraphernalia, driving with a license suspended in connection with driving under the influence, and a lane violation, according to a magisterial docket. He was held at Adams County Prison in lieu of $10,000 cash bail until April 24, when the cash bail requirement was dropped, according to the docket.
Tracy Cruz, 29, of Shillington, was charged with possessing a controlled substance, possessing a small amount of marijuana for personal use, and possessing drug paraphernalia, according to a magisterial docket.
The 4:27 a.m. stop took place just north of the East Berlin Road exit in Huntington Township, police said.
Drug use was suspected in a crash April 25 on Carlisle Pike (Pa. Route 94), state police said.
Dennis Miller, 40, of New Oxford, “was found to be under the influence of drugs” after the 4:36 p.m. crash at Pine Run Road, police alleged.
An Adams Regional Emergency Medical Services ambulance transported Miller to Hanover Hospital with what appeared to be a minor injury, police said.
The other driver, Dakota Shue, 18, of Abbottstown, was unhurt in the crash about a mile north of U.S. Route 30 in Hamilton Township, police said.
Miller was northbound in a 1990 Honda CRX that struck the driver side of a 2009 Mitsubishi Lancer driven by Shue, who was a turning left onto Carlisle Pike, police said.
Careless driving charged
A Gettysburg man was charged with careless driving after a crash April 27 on York Road (U.S. Route 30), state police said.
Erik Weaver, 18, was westbound in a 2003 Nissan Maxima that struck the rear of a Hino 268 truck driven by Mamady Mbow, 45, of Towson, Md., police said.
Neither was injured in the 10:19 a.m. crash east of Carlisle Pike (Pa. Route 94) Hamilton Township, police said.