Chambersburg man booked for allegedly stealing hundreds of dollars of items, money from cars in Guilford Twp

15 November 2023- Police say that a Chambersburg man was drunk and belligerent when they found him with numerous items stolen from cars in a Guilford Township neighborhood. Nathan Joevon Hunter is charged with three counts of misdemeanor marijuana possession, misdemeanor receiving stolen property, misdemeanor drug paraphernalia, misdemeanor loitering and prowling, misdemeanor defiant trespassing, misdemeanor disorderly conduct, and public drunkenness. Hunter failed to post bail of $10,000 and is behind bars in Franklin County.

Pennsylvania State Police Troopers were dispatched to the neighborhood around Overhill Drive in Guilford Township for a report of a suspicious person knocking on resident’s doors. That man was quickly found, identified as Nathan Hunter, and subsequently detained.

Police say that following a search of Hunter, they found a “marijuana cigarette”, THC oil, and a vape pen with THC. Continuing their search, police allegedly found a wallet belonging to another man, a wallet with the Social Security Card of another woman, mail addressed to a third man, and another ID belonging to a FOURTH man. Additionally, police say Hunter had on his person a set of car keys that said “#1 Mom”, a stack of lottery tickets, a still sealed EZPass, sunglasses, multiple phone cords, and multiple Apple Airpods. While being detained and searched, Hunter was allegedly yelling and shouting obscenities and didn’t comply with PSP commands. This may be because police also say he smelled of alcohol when the initially detained him.

One of the victims spoke to police after Hunter was detained. In a statement, the man allegedly said that Hunter had come to his door earlier that night and was told to leave. After doing so, Hunter allegedly came back to the same house several minutes later and was told to leave again. Police were then called.

Nathan Hunter is behind bars on $10,000 bail. His preliminary hearing is set for November 21st.

Sources: Docket Number: MJ-39302-CR-0000455-2023, Incident No.: PA 2023-1476844