The incident occurred shortly after 6 p.m. Saturday at Henicle's Market at 42 S. Second St., police said.
According to police, a store employee saw Carcamo putting a package of hot dogs into his jacket pocket. As Carcamo was leaving the store, the employee asked him about paying for the hot dogs, police said.
Carcamo walked out of the store and the employee followed him, police said.
He was on the first block of South Potomac Street when he was spotted by a police officer. When the officer approached him, Carcamo ran into a nearby apartment and locked the door, police allege.
Police said they found an open window in the rear of the building and entered the apartment as Carcamo was trying to flee through another door.
Police said they chased Carcamo on foot for several blocks before he was caught.
He was arraigned before District Justice John Weyman in Pleasant Hall, Pa.
A spokeswoman in Weyman's office said a preliminary hearing is scheduled for Carcamo for Tuesday at 9 a.m.
Harpers Ferry man faces wounding, assault charges
HARPERS FERRY, W.Va. - A Harpers Ferry man was charged with malicious wounding and first-degree sexual assault after a woman was beaten at an apartment building Monday night, police said.
Police saw that the woman had suffered blows to the facial area and her eyes were "almost completely shut due to the swelling," said a criminal complaint in Jefferson County Magistrate Court.
Police later spoke to the defendant, Joseph Alan Godar, and saw blood on his hands and clothes, the complaint said.
The incident occurred at the Blue Ridge Acres apartment building, said Deputy R.L. Fletcher of the Jefferson County Sheriff's Department.
The woman also told police that she had been sexually assaulted, the complaint said.
Godar, 43, of 281 Blue Ridge Acres, was being held in the Eastern Regional Jail Tuesday night on $100,000 bond, jail officials said.
W.Va. Man faces drug, traffic charges following traffic stop
LEETOWN, W.Va. - Police found five plastic baggies of suspected marijuana under the driver's seat of a truck following a traffic stop along Leetown Road Monday night, court records said.
Police also discovered that the driver of the truck was wanted in Florida on outstanding felony warrants, court records said.
West Virginia State Police Trooper C.C. Wathen said he was operating radar along Leetown Pike at about 7:55 p.m. when he saw a truck that appeared to be going faster than the speed limit, said Jefferson County Magistrate Court records.
Wathen pulled the truck over at the entrance to the U.S.D.A. Cold Water Research Center, court records said.
Besides the suspected marijuana allegedly found in the truck, a scale and a pipe were found, Wathen alleged.
Robert Edward Rose III, 23, of 690 Tuscawilla Hills, Charles Town, W.Va., was charged with possession with intent to deliver marijuana, speeding and no operator's license, court records said.
Fire that damaged vacant house in W.Va. labeled suspicious
KEARNEYSVILLE, W.Va. - Firefighters from four departments worked for more than two hours to put out a fire in a vacant house early Tuesday in Kearneysville, a fire official said.
The two-story house was on Oak Tree Road, which turns off W.Va. 9 between Kearneysville and the Fox Glen development, said Ed Smith, chief of the Independent Fire Co.
The blaze, which was reported by passers-by on W.Va. 9 at about 3 a.m., has been labeled suspicious, said Smith.
Oak Tree Road turns off W.Va. 9 near a brick home that burned about a year ago, Smith said. That fire also was suspicious, Smith said.
Firefighters from Independent, Citizens Fire Co., Shepherdstown Fire Department and the Baker Heights Fire Department in Berkeley County battled Tuesday's fire, Smith said.
Smith was unsure who owned the house.