Injured neck

A man pulled over for alleged traffic violations stepped out of the vehicle with a bleeding neck on Sunday.

A 2000 gold Buick Century was stopped at West Hanover and East Hanover streets in Bonneauville at 1:39 a.m., state police said. The driver got out, revealing a cut on his neck “which was a fresh wound and bleeding,” according to police.

Police treated the wound until emergency medical technicians arrived and took over, police said. The unnamed driver was taken to Gettysburg Hospital for a blood draw and mental health reasons.

Drunkenness charged

A Phoenixville man was charged with public drunkenness at the Gettysburg police station.

Keegan Gike, 24, was unable to find his hotel and was charged after stumbling and yelling Sunday at 2:56 a.m., borough police said.

He was released to a friend, police said.

Arrested on warrant

A Gettysburg man was arrested on an Adams County warrant Sunday at 3 a.m.

Gettysburg police said Robert Borders IV, 21, of 167 E. Middle St., failed to appear in court, according to a warrant.

He was turned over to a constable, police said.

PFA violated

A Maryland man was arrested for violating a Protection from Abuse (PFA) order in Union Township last month.

Brien Powers, 33, of Gambrills, violated his PFA March 27 at 11:30 p.m. at Hanover Pike, state police alleged. The victim was listed as a 45-year-old woman from Abbottstown, police said.

Possession charged

A Mercersburg man faces charges related to marijuana.

Chadwin Rogers, 29, was charged with possessing a small amount of marijuana for personal use and use/possession of drug paraphernalia on March 28 in Straban Township, according to an online court docket. State police arrested Rogers, traveling in a 2013 Volkswagen Jetta, at York and Hunterstown roads, police said.

EARP lists calls

Eastern Adams Regional Police (EARP) responded to the following calls in New Oxford Borough.

April 1

7:45 a.m. — Police went to check on the well-being of a resident in the 500 block of North Bolton Street, but the resident did not require assistance.

3:45 p.m. — Two people talking loudly in the 100 block of Carlisle Street were asked to lower their voices.

April 2

1 p.m. — An assault supposedly occurred in the 400 block of North Bolton Street, but police learned the incident happened in Conewago Township and advised the complainant to contact that police department.

4:16 p.m. — A van pulled over on Center Square and its occupants began arguing. The vehicle left before police arrived.

April 3

5:28 p.m. — A mother and son in the 100 block of Kohler Mill Road had a “verbal domestic” dispute. The mother left the residence without incident.

April 4

10 p.m. — Jennifer Summerson, 44, of New Oxford, was cited for public drunkenness and urinating in a doorway in the first block of Lincoln Way East.

April 5

9:30 a.m. — Debit card fraud was reported in the first block of West High Street. The complainant said there were three unauthorized transactions at a Sheetz between April 1 and 2 for $175 total. She said she believes a relative used her card without permission and police found video of the family member doing so.

11:20 a.m. — A vehicle disregarded the directions of a crossing guard assisting pedestrians on Center Square. Police are investigating for a possible citation.

9:09 p.m. — Someone removed a space heater from a vehicle in the first block of Lincoln Way East. The complainant left her vehicle unlocked at 4:30 p.m. and returned at 9 p.m. to find the heater outside the vehicle with its electrical cord lodged under her tire. Nothing else appeared missing.

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