A man wanted in Huntingdon County county was apprehended by police during a domestic dispute in Lebanon County, police say.
Aspen Brantley James, 43, of McVeytown, was arrested on Saturday at just after midnight, according to Palmyra Borough police.
Police were called to a report of a domestic dispute in an apartment located in the 100 block East Main Street in Palmyra, according to a statement released by police.
James was wanted for a Probation violation on Huntingdon County, according to the release.
"James was taken into custody without incident and transported to Lebanon County Central Booking on the warrant," police said.
The details of the Huntington warrant were not in immediately accessible in court documents.
James has previously faced charges in more than half a dozen Pennsylvania counties, according to court documents.
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