Virginia fugitive arrested in Carlisle

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David Wayne Moore

CARLISLE, Pa. – An expired inspection sticker leads to the arrest of a fugitive from Harrisonburg, Virginia over the weekend.

On Sunday a Carlisle Borough K9 unit officer noticed a Chervrolet Trail Blazer with an expired inspection certificate and turned around to stop the SUV.

The male driver of the Trail Blazer parked the SUV behind Beeman’s Bakery and Leo’s Dairy and was attempting to either walk away or switch places with the passenger.  He was stopped near the intersection of S. Orange and W. Pomfret streets by the officer and he identified himself as David Wayne Moore.
Moore was found to be driving without a valid driver’s license and later found to be wanted by the Rockingham County Sheriff’s Office, Harrisonburg, Virginia.

Moore is being held at the Cumberland County Prison on a Fugitive from Justice warrant and other summary offenses.

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