Kevin Allen Burcker, 36, no fixed address, was being held this morning at the Franklin County Jail on $25,000 bond, a jail official said.
Burcker was taken into custody at the Truck Stop Car Wash in Greencastle shortly after he allegedly sold a counterfeit DVD to the officer, Police said.
Seized were 723 counterfeit DVDs along with marijuana packaged for sale, drug paraphernalia and $887 in cash.
Charges against Burcker include two counts involving the counterfeit DVDs, and one count each of possession of illegal drugs and the manufacture/delivery of marijuana, jail officials said.
Wallet reported stolen at Waynesboro Area YMCA
WAYNESBORO, Pa. -- A Mont Alto, Pa., woman reported her wallet stolen from a locker at the Waynesboro Area YMCA on Friday, April 4, Waynesboro police said.
Tammy Scott put her purse in a women's locker for 45 minutes that afternoon, police said.
Waynesboro man charged with trying to pass phony prescription
WAYNESBORO, Pa. -- A Waynesboro man allegedly tried to pass a phony prescription for Percocet at Savage Family Pharmacy on Monday.
Waynesboro police said Larry Dehart Jr., 37, of 7916 Tarman Spring Road, altered a prescription for Motrin using a white liquid to cover the ink.
When police arrived, they allegedly found a plastic tube with white powder in Dehart's possession.
He has been charged with attempting to obtain possession of a controlled substance by fraud and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Man charged in theft of Earnhardt cutout in Frederick
FREDERICK, Md. - A Monrovia, Md., man was was charged Monday in the March 12 theft of a cardboard cutout of late NASCAR star Dale Earnhardt from a convenience store in Frederick, Maryland State Police said in a news release.
Johnnie Murrah, 42, of 4703 Green Valley Road, was charged with theft less than $100 via a criminal summons, police said.
The Wawa store at 5833 Ballenger Creek Pike was auctioning the 5-foot-tall cutout to benefit Johns Hopkins Children's Center in Baltimore when it was taken March 12, police said.
It was returned to the store April 2, police said.