Constable who made wrong arrest and got paid for job charged by police
A constable is charged with arresting and serving warrants on the wrong woman, then receiving payment for the job
By Brett Hambright
Intelligencer Journal/New Era
LANCASTER, Pa. — A local constable is charged with arresting and serving warrants on the wrong woman, then receiving payment for the job.
Paul E. Castline Jr., a Lancaster Township resident, arrested a county courthouse employee on Dec. 15 for allegedly having several unpaid parking tickets, according to investigators.
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