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A Lancaster man is facing charges after he got into a shoving match with a good samaritan who stopped to help when his vehicle became disabled.  New Holland police were dispatched to the intersection of Brimmer Avenue and Orlon Street for a report of a fight on Saturday evening.

The investigation revealed that a 29 year-0ld male stopped to assist Daryl King, 37, of Paradise, whose vehicle had run off the road.

The fight began when the man took the keys from the ignition and refused to let King drive after realizing he was intoxicated, police said.

Officers witnessed the two men fighting and tried to break it up but King refused to comply.

Eventually King was taken into custody.

He is charged with DUI and resisting arrest. King was taken to Lancaster County Prison in lieu of $40,000 bail.


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