A York Springs woman was charged after an altercation in May.
Bobbie Brooks, 37, was charged with misdemeanor simple assault and summary harassment, according to a magisterial docket.
The victim, listed as a 33-year-old York Springs woman, alleged Brooks assaulted her when she arrived at Brooks’ residence to pick up her children, according to state police.
Brooks is scheduled for a preliminary hearing before Magisterial Judge Tony Little on July 3, according to the docket.
A Littlestown teen was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence following a crash on Fish and Game Road May 16.
Timothy Burek, 18, of Littlestown, was the operator of a 1995 Dodge Ram 1500 that was stuck in a ditch, said police. Burek claimed the truck became stuck when he was attempting to turn around, police said.
Vehicles towed after crash
Two vehicles were towed following a crash at the intersection of Mummasburg and Fairview Fruit roads May 26.
The driver of a 2015 Ram 1500 failed to stop at a stop sign and hit a 2016 Chevrolet Silverado traveling south, said police. Both vehicles were towed but no occupants were injured, police said.
Two people were charged after a verbal argument turned physical on Beecherstown Road May 30.
Melissa Scott, 50, and Anthony Scott, 46, of Biglerville, engaged in “unwanted physical contact” following an argument, state police alleged. Both were charged with harassment/physical contact, according to a magisterial docket.
Thefts from businesses
A woman and man were charged with stealing from two businesses in separate incidents on May 31.
Tayna Vanmetre, 34, of New Oxford, was confronted by asset protection employees at Walmart on suspicion of theft. Vanmetre was arrested and charged with retail theft, according to a magisterial docket.
Darol Ferrufino, 27, of Chantilly, Virginia, is accused of stealing $9 worth of candy bars from the Camp Letterman Drive Sheetz, said police. Furrufino was charged with retail theft, according to a magisterial docket.
Injured in crash
A McSherrystown man was injured in a crash at the intersection of Baltimore Pike and Gettysburg Road the evening of May 31.
2006 Kia Spectrum, driven by Seth Wren, 28, was southbound on Baltimore Pike behind a line of cars, said state police. Wren engaged the clutch instead of the brake, rear-ending a 2016 Chevrolet Malibu LTZ which began to slow ahead of him, police alleged.
The Spectrum was disabled and Wren was transported to Hanover Hospital, said police
State police issue stats
Pennsylvania State Police, Gettysburg, listed statistics for crime activity in May.
Offenses reported totaled 122; total founded offenses, 119; offenses cleared, 63; criminal arrests, 61; for a total number of incidents of 1,178.
State police patrol activity for May included: accidents, 82; hit-and-run accidents, 17; fatalities/killed, 1; number of injured, 26; traffic citations issued, 955; warning notices, 855; DUI arrests, 42; DUI crashes, three; motorist assists, 44.