The charges just keep stacking up for a guy already wanted on a dozen different bench warrants after his arrest February 18th in Palmyra.
According to a CrimeWatch news release from Palmyra Borough Police, eagle-eyed officers spotted 42-year old Joshua Michael Feary along the first block of North Railroad Street, while they were dealing with another call on the block.
Feary is known by police to have 12 bench warrants out of Lebanon County, so when he saw officers noticing him, he took off in his vehicle and tried to flee the area.
Police gave chase before Feary eventually stopped his car and fled on foot. He was captured after a brief foot chase and placed under arrest.
Feary was transported to Lebanon County Central Booking and later transferred to the county prison for his warrants.
On Monday, Palmyra Police added more to his docket, charging him with fleeing and eluding, resisting arrest, driving while suspended-DUI related, careless driving, driving without insurance, and three other summary traffic violations.
Quite a wild scene last Sunday morning in Palmyra as police made a traffic stop on a vehicle without a license plate.
According to a CrimeWatch news release, officers questioned the driver after she pulled over and later identified her as 26-year old Chelandra Foster.
However, she could not provide any registration, insurance, or proof of purchase for the vehicle and had no driver’s license or any other identification.
Police say Foster became increasingly loud and uncooperative during questioning. When they asked her to exit the vehicle, she actively resisted and started yelling, causing a scene. Additionally, after being placed into a patrol car, she tried to kick out the door and window.
Chelandra Foster was transported to central booking, arraigned and placed in the Lebanon County Correctional Facility on a $2,500 secured bond. Police charged her with resisting arrest, disorderly conduct, driving without a license, driving without a registration, and driving without insurance.