Franklin County PSP Roundup: impersonation of a public servant, multiple DUIs, identity theft, more

09 June 2023- Pennsylvania State Police arrested a Waynesboro man on suspicion of DUI after he was pulled over on Lincoln Avenue in Waynesboro. Daniel Dickerson, 39, of Waynesboro was arrested on a 2000 Yamaha Motors motorcycle around 12:45am on June 9th.

Police pull over a 2003 Ford Windstar on May 27th for a traffic stop in the area of Lincoln Way East and Rocky Mountain Road. The driver, a 37 year old woman from Orrtanna, was arrested after police allegedly found her under the influence of drugs. Around 4:38am, she was taken into custody and processed on DUI charges. A name of the defendant has not been released.

Police are investigating an alleged criminal mischief in Mont Alto. Authorities say that someone vandalized a 2019 Toyota Tacoma belonging to Abormetrics Solutions out of Hendersonville, NC. The incident occurred between midnight on June 3rd and 8am on June 5th. Anyone with information on this case should contact PSP Chambersburg.

Pennsylvania State Police are investigating the alleged impersonation of a public servant by another person in Franklin County. Troopers say that the perpetrator impersonated a 60 year old Fayetteville woman around May 27th, but would not release any more details. Chambersburg’s PSP Barracks continues to investigate.

Between September 28th of 2022 and May 27th of 2023, PSP allege that someone stole around $100 worth of copper wiring belonging to Vertical Bridge, Dish TV, and T-Mobile from the intersection of Hades Church Road and Green Corner Road in Quincy Township. A suspicious vehicle that may be linked to the crime is listed in the report as being a white 2017 Jeep. Anyone with information on the case should contact PSP Chambersburg.

Police are looking for the operator of a 1999 Ford that allegedly stole 12 gallons of gasoline from a pump on West Commerce Street in Hamilton Township. Troopers determined that the person pumped the gas without paying for it and left with about $46 worth of gas. An investigation is ongoing.

An identity theft of a Hamilton Township victim is being investigated by Pennsylvania State Police after almost $2000 were taken from their account. Police say that the victim found $1945 worth of fraudulent charges to his Bank of America account. Police are investigating.