Drug raid snares 20 pounds of pot
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Several police agencies cooperated in a drug raid Wednesday afternoon that resulted in three arrests and turned up more than 20 pounds of marijuana and more than $6,000, Pennsylvania State Police said.
Police identified those arrested as:
- Manuel Zuniga, 49, of 9260 Iron Bridge Road. He was charged with two counts of possession with intent to distribute marijuana, possession with intent to distribute crack cocaine, and firearms violation.
- Randy Goodyear, 41, of 9260 Iron Bridge Road. He was charged with possession with intent to distribute marijuana and possession with intent to distribute crack cocaine.
- Lori Goodyear, 32. She was charged with possession with intent to distribute marijuana and possession with intent to distribute crack cocaine.
Troopers from the Region III Strike Force, Pennsylvania State Police Chambersburg barrack, Chambersburg Police Department and the Franklin County Drug Task Force served a warrant at 9260 Iron Bridge Road in Letterkenny Township, police said.
Police seized about one pound of marijuana, a quarter-ounce of crack cocaine and $2,650 in cash, officials said.
A second warrant was served at 10651 Upper Strasburg Road. Police seized 20 pounds of marijuana and $4,000 in cash from a storage locker, officials said.
Zuniga was being held on $350,000 bail and the Goodyears are being held on $25,000 bail each, police said.
Woman charged after accident
LEETOWN, W.Va. - A Kearneysville, W.Va., woman was slightly injured in a one-car accident early Wednesday on Leetown Pike, about one mile east of Leetown Road, West Virginia State Police said.
Jayne Bell, 34, was charged with driving under the influence following the 12:45 a.m. accident Wednesday, police said.
She was traveling east on Leetown Pike when her 1984 Toyota ran off the road and struck a mailbox, overturning, police said.
The accident was investigated by Trooper Jose Centeno, police said.
Teen, man charged with burglary
A Hagerstown man and a 15-year-old boy have been arrested in connection with a Tuesday morning burglary at 17836 College Road, according to Maryland State Police.
David Paul Paschall Sr., 22, of the 400 block of North Mulberry Street, was charged with burglary, felony theft and destruction of property.
The teen faces the same charges plus one count of possession of crack cocaine, according to Trooper 1st Class Mike Potter.
More than $1,000 worth of clothing, video games and pagers were taken from the home, along with nearly $500 in cash. All but the cash was recovered at a home on Hayes Avenue, Potter said.
A neighbor spotted a car driving away from the home and called police. The description of the car was familiar to the homeowners and led to Paschall's arrest, Potter said.
Man chases two would-be thieves
WILLIAMSPORT - Two prospective car thieves got a run for their money Wednesday morning.
A resident of the 200 block of South Conococheague Street noticed suspicious activity around a neighbor's vehicle just after midnight, according to Washington County Sheriff's deputies.
The man ran outside and chased two white males down the street until they were picked up by a light-colored mid-sized sedan.
A check of the neighbor's car revealed it had been tampered with.
Deputies said evidence linking the thieves to the crime was gathered at the scene.
Seven students face charges
EMMITSBURG, Md. - Seven Mount St. Mary's College students were arrested early Wednesday on alcohol and drug charges after police found marijuana and more than 60 cans of beer.
John Bradley Haight, 19, of Fanwood, N.J., was charged with tampering with an auto and theft in addition to the marijuana and alcohol charges, according to Frederick County Sheriff's deputies.
Deputies said Haight and another man were seen in a van owned by Flowers For You, which was parked in the Pizza Hut parking lot at 150 S. Seton Ave.
The other student, Bryan David Harvey, 19, of Middletown, R.I., was given a civil citation for underage alcohol possession and released.
Deputies checked the area for other possible break-ins and found five teenage girls in an alley and backpacks containing 63 cans of beer.
Cynthia Marie Schuster, 19, of Baltimore; Jenny Maroney, 18, of Coran, N.Y.; Melissa Farley, 18, of Wilmington, Del.; Stephanie Marie Jodrie, age unknown, of Silver Spring, Md.; and Mary Margaret Mann, 18, of Baltimore, were given civil citations for underage alcohol possession and released, deputies said.