A 59-year-old Limerick man was arrested Friday night on a 21-year-old warrant after police arrived at a home in the York County town to investigate a possible domestic assault.

York County Sheriff William King said in a statement Saturday that Russell Campp was arrested after deputies received a call from Colorado authorities reporting a woman was behind held against her will at a Limerick address. Deputies went to the address and met with Campp and a female companion. Deputies determined that Campp and the woman were having a disagreement and Campp would not let the woman leave, although no assault had taken place.

Deputies did determine that Campp was wanted on an outstanding Cumberland County warrant from 1997 for failure to appear in court for charges of operating a vehicle after suspension or revocation of a license and operating under the influence of alcohol. He is being held on $10,000 bail at York County Jail but may be transferred to Cumberland County Jail, police said.

Police said they did not know yet how Colorado authorities learned of the disagreement in Limerick.


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