Police cited two individuals after a traffic stop for speeding lead to discovery of drug paraphernalia. Police report that Jennifer Haehnlen, age 19, of Pisgah Hill road in Shermansdale was stopped at 1500 hrs after she was clocked traveling 59 mph in a 35 speed zone on N. Middlesex Road. Police discovered the odor of marijuana coming from the inside of the vehicle during the traffic stop and a search found misc drug paraphernalia and a bottle of Vodka in the car. Haehnlen was cited for Disorderly Conduct and Possession of Alcohol (being under the age of 21). A passenger in the vehicle, Emily Reynolds, age 18, of Cannon Drive in Mechanicsburg was also cited for Disorderly Conduct at the scene.
olice arrested Shannon N. SCARLETT of S. Spring Garden St in Carlisle at 0132 after the vehicle she was operating was observed to be swerving while traveling on the Harrisburg Pike. Officers detected an odor of alcoholic beverage on SCARLETT’s breath and she admitted to drinking alcohol prior to driving. A check of SCARLETT’s driving privilege found that she under suspension because of a previous DUI arrest. She was transported to Carlisle Hospital where a blood draw was obtained and then taken to the county booking center where she was charged with DUI, Driving under suspension (DUI Related), Driving on Roadways Laned for Traffic and General Lighting requirements.
Police arrested John R Jipson, DOB: 4-26-1987, of Amara Lane after police responded to a report of a physical altercation occurring at the residence. Upon arrival, police determined that Jipson had punched a mirror which broke and attempted to attack his girlfriend. The father of the girlfriend stepped in between Jipson and his daughter when Jipson punched the father in the face. Jipson was taken into custody and transported to the county booking center where he was charged with Simple Assault and Harassment.
Police charged Thomas Hock, DOB: 11-6-1965 and his girlfriend, Jessica Johnson, DOB: 2-2-78 of Aspen Ln in Carlisle after responding to a neighborhood dispute call. Police responded to the arrested’s address and were granted entry into the home. Police detected a very strong odor of marijuana inside the residence and when questioned, Hock presented police with a bag of marijuana. While police were attempting to place Hock in custody, Johnson interfered by purposely placing herself in between the officer and Hock, pushing and striking the officer. Both were taken into custody and transported to the booking center where Hock was charged with Possession of Marijuana and Johnson was charged with Obstructing a Law Enforcement Officer.