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State police seek good Samaritan who aided trooper

Anthony Maenza
York Dispatch

Pennsylvania State Police are looking for a good Samaritan who recently aided a trooper with an arrest. 

The trooper arrested Candice Monroe, 36, around 9 a.m. Monday for evading arrest or detention on foot, aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer, simple assault, resisting arrest and harassment. 

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Monroe allegedly resisted as the trooper attempted to take her into custody on Delta Road in Peach Bottom Township, and a good Samaritan stopped and assisted with the arrest. 

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Monroe was denied bail by District Judge Thomas L. Harteis and booked into York County Prison to await a preliminary hearing June 21 before District Judge Laura S. Manifold. 

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Pennsylvania State Police are asking the good Samaritan to contact the Loganville state police barracks at 717-428-1011.