Traffic stop leads to warrant arrest


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A township man was charged on a warrant by township police on Tuesday after a motor vehicle stop on Old Rudetown Road

Police said Jeffrey Snyder was wanted on a $700 warrant out of township Municipal Court.

Police said the car was stopped due to a severely cracked windshield and was first observed driving south on Route 94. After turning onto Old Rudetown Road, the vehicle was stopped and police said Snyder was the passenger.

Snyder was transported back to police headquarters and processed.


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