An affidavit of probable cause states that a man from Aspers is accused of striking a police officer in Bendersville, Pa during a vehicle repossession.
According to a magisterial docket, Aquil Cunningham-Camacho, 38, was held at Adams County Prison after failing to post $10,000 cash bail.
According to Alexander Babik’s affidavit of probable cause, Bendersville Police Officer Alexander Babik and Constable Joshua Fitting were sent to Park Street for “a dispute regarding a vehicle repo” at 5:56 p.m. on December 28.
According to the affidavit, when they arrived, they discovered “a white tow truck parked in front of the residence with a vehicle on the hook.”
According to the affidavit, Cunningham-Camacho allegedly “began to scream and yell at officers about the vehicle being repossessed” and was asked to “step back three times.”
I told him to back off on his fourth attempt to approach me by placing my hand on his chest. According to Babik’s affidavit, “Cunningham-Camacho did have a clenched fist and swung his fist towards officers.”
According to the affidavit, “Constable Fitting at my request tactfully placed Cunningham-Camacho on the ground,” where he “continued to fight and resist arrest by attempting to punch and wrestle with Constable Fitting.”
According to the affidavit, Cunningham-Camacho “was ultimately cuffed and placed in the patrol vehicle.”
According to the docket, Cunningham-Camacho was charged with two felony counts of aggravated assault as well as two misdemeanor counts of simple assault and disorderly conduct.