Franklin County PSP Roundup: Stalking arrest, forgery, theft of a trailer, more

09 May 2024- A Waynesboro man is facing charges of harassment, stalking, and more after an incident last month in Quincy Township. Troopers arrested Duane Fraver, 68, of Waynesboro after they were dispatched to a home on Nunnery Road for a disturbance/noise complaint.

Upon arrival, PSP say that Fraver was operating a motor vehicle after consuming alcohol. Additionally, he was determined by PSP to have harassed two men, 33 and 45, both of Waynesboro, and has been charged.


A Chambersburg woman is facing charges of counterfeiting/forgery after unauthorized charges to a company card. The unnamed woman, a 38 year old female, allegedly made multiple unauthorized charges within a several month span on a company card for an appraisal company out of Boonsboro, Maryland.

During that timeframe, the now former employee made charges to a Lowes Pro Credit Card in the amount of $3,951.91. PSP Continue to investigate.


A 17 year old has been cited after an apparent incident at a home near Grand Point Drive and Lynn Drive, Greene Township last month. PSP say they were dispatched on April 16th for an “out of control juvenile female”. When police arrived, they determined that the young woman had entered into an argument with her mother and subsequently began throwing items from inside the home into the front yard, in the process breaking a ceramic plant container.

At the recommendation of a Franklin County ADA, the juvenile was issued a non-traffic citation for disorderly conduct. Her name has not been publicly released.


Little information is known at this time, but PSP are currently investigating the theft of a trailer from a location on John Wayne Drive in Greencastle.

Troopers say they were contacted around 4:15pm on April 9th about a theft of a trailer, described as being white and from 2021, that had been owned by a trucking company out of Summit, Illinois. Anyone with information on this incident should contact PSP Chambersburg.


A Fayetteville woman is facing retail theft charges after allegedly stealing dog medicine from a Chambersburg store. Troopers say that they were dispatched on April 15th for a retail theft at the Franklin Hardware store on Philadelphia Avenue and found that Rochelle Harman had taken some items and left the scene.

Harman, PSP say, was found at her home after allegedly taking $34.98, or two bottles, worth of dog supplementals. She was transported to PSP Chambersburg for processing then subsequently released.