Police arrested a York City man after he allegedly fled from a traffic stop.
Ernest Crosby, 21, of 903 W. King St., is charged with fleeing or attempting to elude police, possession of marijuana, disorderly conduct, going the wrong way on a one-way street, running stop signs and driving with a suspended license.
York City Police said Officer Jeffrey Gilliland spotted a gray Chrysler 300 going northbound on Newberry Street and tried to pull it over because the owner - who is not Crosby- has a suspended license.
Crosby stopped at the intersection of Penn Street and Madison Avenue, but then took off, heading south on Penn Street, police said.
While fleeing officers, he went the wrong way on North Street and ran several stop signs, according to police. He stopped the car on Billet Avenue and tried to run but was caught about a block away, police said.
Officers found a small bag of pot in Crosby's possession, according to police, who said Crosby apologized for running and said he didn't have money to pay off his warrant. Crosby had an active trespassing warrant, police said.