In the continued effort to keep our roads safe, the Fairview Township Police Department has recently arrested a number of individuals for DUI.
On March 13, 2017 police arrested 37 year old Travis Norton of Sheepford Road in Mechanicsburg following an incident at Rutters on Lewisberry Road. Police were dispatched to investigate a suspicious vehicle in the parking lot of the convenience store. On arrival, police found Norton unconscious in the driver’s seat of his running vehicle with his pants partially down exposing himself to the public. Norton displayed obvious signs of intoxication and was arrested for DUI. Norton subsequently refused a blood test, even after police had obtained a search warrant.
Norton was transported to the York County Booking Center and charged with Driving Under the Influence, Indecent Exposure, Open Lewdness and Driving Under a DUI Related Suspension. He is also facing an additional charge of Obstructing Administration of Law or Other Governmental Function for his failure to comply with the search warrant. Norton was arraigned by Magisterial District Judge Scott Gross and was remanded to York County Prison in lieu of $10,000 bail.
On March 17, 2017 police arrested 47 year old Marci Guadagno of Piper Court in New Cumberland following a traffic crash in the 100 block of Ross Avenue. Police were dispatched after Guadagno struck two parked vehicles in that stretch of road. On arrival, police found Guadagno with her vehicle. Guadagno showed obvious signs of intoxication and was arrested for DUI.
Guadagno was transported to the York County Booking Center where she submitted to a legal test of blood. That blood test revealed a blood alcohol concentration of .234%. She was charged with DUI and Driving Under Suspension, DUI Related. Guadagno was arraigned by Magisterial District Judge Richard Thomas and released on $5,000 unsecured bail.
On March 19, 2017 police arrested 27 year old Cameron Casher of Boas Street in Harrisburg following a traffic stop on Interstate 83 north. Casher was initially stopped for numerous traffic violations. Upon interacting with Casher, police found that he showed obvious signs of intoxication and was subsequently arrested for DUI.
Casher was transported to the York County Booking Center where he submitted to a legal test of blood. That blood test revealed a blood alcohol concentration of .222%. Casher was charged with DUI and Driving Under Suspension. He was arraigned by Magisterial District Judge Thomas Reilly and remanded to the York County Prison on $20,000 bail