Camp Hill borough manager charged with DUI, speeding

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CAMP HILL — For the second time in almost two months, a high-level official in Camp Hill has been charged with driving under the influence.

Patrick Dennis, 34, who serves as Camp Hill’s borough manager, is charged with DUI, driving with an unregistered vehicle, and speeding, according to court documents.

He was charged on Dec. 30, court documents say. The incident occurred in York County.

A preliminary hearing is set for Feb. 21.

Dennis’ arrest comes almost two months after Camp Hill police chief Douglas Hockenberry was also charged with DUI.

Hockenberry resigned in December.

The borough’s council issued this statement:

Camp Hill Borough Council is aware of the charges brought against Mr. Dennis. Council has had a good working relationship with Mr. Dennis and we expect that to continue. However, as Council has yet to meet and as this is a personnel matter, we can offer no further comment at this time.

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