On Wednesday, March 18, 2020 at about 1019 hours, Sergeant Kim Geyer was headed westbound on Charlestown Road when she observed a red vehicle traveling eastbound at a high rate of speed. When the driver of the vehicle saw her cruiser, the driver braked and when she looked in the side mirror, she saw the left brake light was out. She put on her overhead lights and activated her siren and turned around to stop the vehicle. The vehicle accelerated and took off. She lost sight of it as it went around a bend in the road but then she saw the vehicle turn abruptly into the Manor Township Park parking lot. The vehicle continued to go fast and drove through the grass and between two trees in the park until the Sergeant was able to get behind the vehicle. The vehicle then stopped partially on the grass and partially on the parking area. Upon approaching the vehicle, she asked the driver why he drove through "her grass" and he said he was not trying to run. The Sergeant upon speaking further to him learned that his driving privilege was suspended. He was identified as Julius Taylor, 27, Columbia, by his Pennsylvania identification card. The Sergeant smelled a faint odor of burnt marijuana coming from the vehicle and another Officer stated he smelled a strong odor coming from the passenger's side of the vehicle. The Sergeant went to that side of the vehicle and the odor of raw marijuana was very strong. There were three males in the vehicle. Once backup arrived they were asked to exit the vehicle so the Sergeant could search the car. The one passenger in the rear who she identified as Michael Oberdorff, Jr, 20, Lancaster, grabbed his backpack before he exited the vehicle and put it on the trunk of the vehicle. He handed her a black container and said "this is what you smell." She searched the vehicle and found a plastic bag containing nine small bags of suspected crack cocaine under the front passenger's seat. When she checked Oberdorff's backpack, she found about 52 grams of marijuana in a black cooler, along with a digital scale. The backpack also contained a grinder, and a pink handheld taser. All three were taken into custody and transported back to the police station. Oberdorff was read his rights and he admitted that the suspected crack cocaine and marijuana were his. Oberdorff was already on probation so his probation officer was called and she issued a detainer for him. He was charged with possession with intent to deliver crack cocaine, possession with intent to deliver marijuana, and prohibited offensive weapons. He was taken to the Lancaster County Prison and committed on the detainer. He was later arraigned on the new charges and his bail was set at $250,000 cash. The driver, Taylor is being charged with fleeing or attempting to elude police and driving with a suspended license. His charges are being filed at MDJ Keller's office. The third male was released since it was learned the drugs under the seat were not his.