Aiexpress – Corrie Denell Collins, aged 41 and originally from Cecil County, MD but most recently residing in Lancaster, PA, was apprehended by the police after a reported “disturbance” resulting from an argument he was engaged in. The incident took place in the 100 block of Westmore Way, Manheim Township on December 16. The police released this information on January 26.
Upon conducting a brief background check on Collins, the offices discovered the existence of an outstanding warrant issued by the North East Police Department in Cecil County.
Court documents and officials have revealed that the charge against him in 2016 was a misdemeanor for second-degree assault. It has also been discovered that he failed to appear in court. Furthermore, it has come to light that he currently has a pending trial date for a violation of a protection from an abuse order, which is set for February 29th.
According to the release, once the warrant was confirmed by Cecil County officials, they requested that Collins be apprehended and transported to Lancaster County Prison for extradition.
No charges were filed for the disturbance, according to court records in PA.
Collins has a history of offenses in both states, including harassment, disorderly conduct, criminal mischief, and domestic violence, all dating back to the mid-2010s.