It appears we have not heard the end of the Pennsylvania Police-Fire War that erupted a few weeks ago. Recall on September 29, 2019, Goodwill Fire Co. Lieutenant Mike Naylor got into an altercation with Pennsylvania State Troopers at the scene of a single vehicle accident with entrapment on Rt. I-83.
Troopers arrived first on the scene and believing the driver to be overdosing (in need of Narcan), decided to break the windows. According to the York Daily Record “Trooper Aaron Patschke, who had the Narcan, opened the driver’s side door, and [Trooper Mitchell] Penrose began cutting the driver’s side airbag to be able to get to the driver.”
Upon his arrival, Lt. Naylor yelled at the troopers to stop breaking the glass and began arguing with them resulting in him being handcuffed. According to initial reports he was released with both sides apologizing for the episode. However, according to the Daily Record charges were in fact filed and are pending before District Judge Lindy Lane Sweeney.
Dave Statter is on this one as well.