Lancaster man arrested for public drunkenness and threatening police

LANCASTER, Pa. (WHTM) – Police arrested 50-year-old Robert Kreider in Lancaster County.

Officers were dispatched to Dogwood Drive in Conestoga around 4:30 Thursday evening.

Police said Kreider was drunk, standing in his front yard yelling and cursing at his neighbors.

According to police, Kreider had multiple arrest warrants in both Lancaster and Chester Counties.

Kreider fought police while being arrested. He threatened to kill the officers multiple times during his arrest and transport to prison.

Kreider was arraigned and committed to Lancaster County Prison.

Police charged Kreider with terroristic threats resisting arrest, public drunkenness, and disorderly conduct.

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