Wanted man arrested by Elizabethtown Police at Turkey Hill store

LEBANON COUNTY, Pa. — Trevr Koestner was taken into custody by Elizabethtown Police.

Koestner, 39,  was found by police at a local Turkey Hill, and was taken into custody on Monday.

On October 29 at approximately 6:40 a.m., police were dispatched to the first block of Maulfair Lane in Bethel Township for a report of an aggravated assault.

Upon arrival, police found a victim bleeding from his head and moaning in pain. He was taken to a local hospital for treatment of multiple lacerations to the head, a collapsed left lung, a broken left arm, and multiple bruises to the torso. There is no word on his condition.

Police interviewed a witness from the scene who told police that she had known Koestner for 11 years and said that the victim and another witness went outside to smoke.

After a few minutes, the witness heard Koestner’s voice say, “I told you I was going to f*****g kill you.”

At that time, the witness ran outside and could hear the victim screaming for help.

The witness confronted Koestner, who was holding a baseball bat and wearing a bandana across his face. However, the witness could identify him by his voice, eyes, and body size.

Now, Koestner is facing charges.

PREVIOUSLY: An arrest warrant was issued Sunday for 39-year-old Trevr Braxton Koestner.

The warrant stems from an investigation into an attempted homicide that occurred on Maulfair Lane in Bethel Township, according to Pennsylvania State Police.

Police say Koestner is believed to frequent Lebanon, Dauphin and York counties.

Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to contact Trooper Mathew Templine, of PSP Jonestown, at 717-865-2194.