Western York County arrests for the week of April 29

April 30, 2013 

Editor’s note: The following information is compiled from incident reports filed with the York and Clover police departments and from the York County Sheriff’s Office. The information is presented with no intent of guilt or innocence. Minor traffic violations are not listed here.

KEY: AB – Assault and Battery; ABHAN – Assault and Battery of a High and Aggravated Nature; CDV – Criminal Domestic Violence; DUI – Driving Under the Influence; OC – Open Container; PD – Public Drunkenness; PDC – Public Disorderly Conduct; PDP – Possession of Drug Paraphernalia; PMJ – Possession of Marijuana; PWID – Possession With Intent to Distribute (drugs); SA – Simple Assault.

York police arrests

Juan Flores, 42, of 118 Pinata Court, York, April 28, charged with DUI.

Archie Maurice Crawford, 50, of 202 Bishop St., York, April 27, charged with PDC.

Edward Brian Currence, 64, of 8 W. Madison St., York, April 27, charged with DUI.

Janet Margaret Watkins, 48, of 2865 Hart Road, Clover, April 26, charged with shoplifting and possession of meth.

Leonard Dale Dover, 51, of 758 Old Pinckney Road, York, April 25, charged with PDC.

Gregory Nelson Carter, 37, of 605 N. Congress St., York, April 24, charged with AB.

York County sheriff’s arrests

Melissa Ann Harvey, 30, of York, April 29, charged with DUI.

Monterius Jamaal Wilmore, 20, of York, April 29, charged with failure to appear.

Leah Jade Hall, 18, of Clover, April 29, charged with failure to appear.

Elax Farella Genova, 25, of York, April 29, charged with CDV.

Smitty Ray Montgomery, 62, of Clover, April 27, charged with possession of meth.

Christopher Wayne Wright, 26, of Clover, April 26, charged with larceny.

Anthony Glenn Smith, 26, of York, April 25, charged with AB and burglary.

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