State Police announce arrests, drug seizures from Shippensburg University’s homecoming enforcement

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CUMBERLAND COUNTY, Pa.– State Police have announced the following incidents, arrests and seizures during their enforcement of Shippensburg University’s homecoming this weekend.

The following incidents occurred:

  • 2 Aggravated Assaults including one involving a trooper who suffered minor injuries
  • Simple Assault
  • Criminal Mischief
  • 5 Disturbance/Noise Complaints
  • Harassment
  • One crash

The following arrests were made:

  • An aggravated assault arrest, in connection to the assault of a trooper
  • Simple Assault arrest
  • 4 Possession with Intent to Deliver arrests
  • 8 Drug arrests
  • 7 DUI arrests
  • 6 Public Drunkenness arrests
  • 5 Underage Consumption arrests
  • 3 Furnish Alcohol to Minors arrests

In connection to the drug delivery arrests, 11.2 ounces of marijuana, 42 bags of cocaine, 26 prescription pills and over $3,500 in cash were all seized by police.

Additionally, a handgun was seized by police that was not connected to the drug delivery arrests.

Finally, there were 128 Traffic Stops made as well.

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