Dauphin County police locate Hershey hit-and-run suspect – WPMT FOX 43

DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa. — Update, Jan. 23: An arrest has been made in the case of a reported hit-and-run of public property, according to the Derry Township Police Department. 
Arthur Lee Rickabaugh, 59, from Hummelstown was identified through a tipster who recognized the car from the attached videos below. 
According to court documents, Richabaugh has been charged with providing a false insurance claim, disregarding a single traffic lane, careless driving, driving over a divider, accidental damage to an unattended vehicle or property and failing to stop and give information that would render aid. 
Previously: Dauphin County police are searching for a suspect in a reported hit-and-run of public property. 
The Derry Township Police Department took a report where approximately 15 bollard lights in the center median of East Chocolate Avenue near the intersection with Ceylon Avenue were knocked down and destroyed. 
According to surveillance footage, it is believed that a dark-colored Ford pickup truck with lighter-colored bottom trim and fender flares, chrome front bumper and overhead amber cap lights drove onto the median, traveling west on East Chocolate Avenue. 
The following videos captured the incident from two angles:
After driving over the bollard lights, the truck traveled west in the east lanes of Chocolate Avenue and approached a Schmidt’s Bakery delivery truck that was traveling east. 
The pickup truck then veered into the center crossover lane near the Melt Spa and made a left turn on Cocoa Avenue. 
The truck should have moderate damage to the front end and possible undercarriage damage as well. 
Pieces of the truck left behind included a running board, a Philadelphia Eagles carbon fiber front license plate and a pair of jumper cables.
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