No injuries in crash

There were no injuries in a two-vehicle crash at the intersection of White Hall and Basehoar School roads May 13.

Westbound on Basehoar School Road, a 2005 Dodge Dakota, driven by Scott Dietz, 27, of Westminster, Md., failed to stop at the White Hall Road intersection, crashing into a southbound 2003 Ford Econoline van, driven by Jonathan Koontz, 37, of Hanover, according to Pennsylvania State Police. The van was attempting to make a left turn onto Basehoar School Road, said police.

Dietz was cited for failing to drive a vehicle at a safe speed, said police.

Narcotics charge

A Gettysburg man was charged after suspected narcotics were found in his vehicle May 15.

Tyler Feaga, 31, of Gettysburg, was found unresponsive in his vehicle at the intersection of U.S. Route 15 South and York Road, according to state police.

A “large amount” of narcotics were found inside the 2017 Toyota Camry, police alleged. Feaga received medical treatment before being transported to the Adams County Prison, said police.

Feaga was charged with felony manufacture, delivery, or possession with intent to manufacture or deliver; misdemeanor use/possession of drug paraphernalia; and misdemeanor driving under the influence (DUI) of a controlled substance, Schedule 1, first offense, according to a magisterial docket.

Feaga was release on an unsecured $20,000 bond, according to the docket. Formal arraignment is slated for June 17 at 8:30 a.m., according to the docket

Vehicle hit

Someone struck a vehicle in the parking lot of TGI Fridays in Gettysburg on May 15.

A vehicle hit an unoccupied 2017 Kia Niro Hybrid, owned by Margie Liddick, 41, of Gettysburg, that was parked on the east side of the building, according to state police.

2 charged in domestic

Two Upper Adams people were charged after police were called to quell a domestic situation on Quaker Valley Road May 15.

Nollen Gochenour, 30, of Biglerville, and Amber Starner, 25, of Aspers, “pushed each other,” state police alleged. Both were charged with summary harassment, according to a magisterial docket.

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