Monday Disturbance Call Leads To Warrants Arrest

SANATOGA PA – An investigation Monday morning (July 28, 2014) of a disturbance at the Turkey Hill convenience store on East High Street at Rupert Road resulted in the arrest of a 30-year-old Lower Pottsgrove man on outstanding warrants for various offenses.

Monday Disturbance Call Leads To Warrants ArrestMarc Perfetto, of the 600 block of Tanglewood Court, also was charged by township police on two additional counts, according to a police department press release.

Ofcs. Kevin Black and Scott Weidenhammer arrived at Turkey Hill shortly after 9 a.m. regarding a call on a disturbance at its parking lot, the release stated. While they were checking into it – the nature of the disturbance was not disclosed – Black alleged he found a vehicle registration sticker in Perfetto’s possession had been altered.

That prompted a records check on Perfetto, which the officers said revealed the outstanding warrants for his arrest in Philadelphia and West Chester.

After Perfetto was in custody, police allege, they found him also to possess a small amount of marijuana and related paraphernalia. He subsequently was charged with marijuana possession and altering official documents, and was transported to the Montgomery County Correctional Facility in Eagleville PA.

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