Lebanon Police charge girlfriend with helping homicide suspect avoid arrest
LEBANON, Pa. – The girlfriend of a Lebanon City homicide suspect is accused of helping him avoid arrest. An arrest warrant was issued for 33 year old William Culbreath in the stabbing death of 35 year old Travis Farrell. On Monday, November 16, Culbreath allegedly stabbed Farrell in the neck during an altercation outside the Silver Dollar Bar at 9th and Willow Streets. Farrell died later at the Penn State Hershey Medical Center.
Police allege that on the same morning of the stabbing, Crystal Schultz, 28, made arrangements with a third party to drive Culbreath from Lebanon to Reading, knowing that he was wanted in connection with Farrell’s death. Schultz, according to court papers had a relationship with both Culbreath and the victim.
Following arraignment Schultz was sent to the Lebanon County Correctional Facility in lieu of $100,000. She faces a preliminary hearing later this month.
Culbreath is still being sought.