CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Five people charged with using red and blue lights to pull over an off-duty police officer waived their preliminary hearings Tuesday in Franklin County Central Court.
Pennsylvania State Police charged the five with impersonating a public servant and criminal conspiracy to impersonate a public servant in the December incident in Quincy Township. They were scheduled for mandatory arraignment in Franklin County Court on April 4, according to the District Attorney's Office.
Cory Eugene Ausherman, 19, of 12139 Redhawk Drive; Michael B. Stine, 18, of 8361 Shank Hess Road; Travis L. Plume, 20, of 549 Pratt Court; and Cody Trussell, 19, of 4684 Orphanage Road, all of Waynesboro, Pa.; and Billy A. Hall III, 23, of 8 E. Frederick St., Walkersville, Md., were charged in the incident that began at about 1:45 a.m. on Dec. 19 on Pa. 997 near Tomstown Road, police said.
The charges are second-degree misdemeanors, according to court documents. Two juvenile females also were involved, Assistant District Attorney Angela Krom said.