Footwear leads to Glen Rock man's arrest for trespassing: police
Footwear worn by a Glen Rock man ultimately led to his arrest for alleged criminal trespassing, according to Southern York County Regional Police.
Kaleb Gardner Hash, 23, was arraigned Thursday on charges of criminal trespassing, a third-degree felony, and loitering and prowling at night, a third-degree misdemeanor. Bail was set at $30,000 by District Judge Adrian Boxley Sr. Hash was taken to York County Prison after being unable to post bail.
Hash was arrested around 7 p.m. Wednesday for an incident that occurred around 2:30 a.m. Monday in the 100 block of Church Street. According to court documents, the owner of a residence on that street reported that an unknown man had entered the home.
Video footage provided to police showed the man attempting to open cabinets in the home, investigators said. Additional video obtained from other residences showed that after leaving the first home, the man tried to open doors to other homes.
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According to the court documents, unique footwear worn by the man in the video matched footwear worn by Hash, who was on probation for other offenses. Hash was wearing the same footwear when questioned by police.
Southern York County Regional Police say they consider Hash a suspect in other, similar incidents and are still investigating. Anyone with information is asked to call Southern Regional Police at 717-235-3944.
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A preliminary hearing in the case is set for June 1 before District Judge Lindy Lane Sweeney.