In Dallastown on Friday, U.S. Marshals arrested a teenager in connection with crimes committed in Berks and Lancaster counties.

Vincent Kevin Fenner, 17, was arrested in the 300 block of West Main Street early Friday morning.

Marshals said Fenner is a suspect in crimes that occurred two months ago in Berks County.

On April 15, the Cumru Township Police Department responded to the robbery of a motor vehicle at gunpoint, after which the suspect fled in the victim's vehicle.

Later that evening, the stolen vehicle was spotted and law enforcement pursued it in a high-speed chase in Manheim Township, Lancaster County.

The pursuit ended when the stolen vehicle crashed into a parked vehicle in Columbia, Lancaster County, where the suspect fled from police officers.

A warrant was issued for Fenner's arrest on May 31 in Berks County, charging Fenner with five counts of robbery and single counts of possession of a firearm by a minor, terroristic threats, simple assault, theft and receiving stolen property.

Marshals said Fenner has ties to both Berks and York counties, but a specific residence has not been released.

The York City Police Department, York County Sheriff's office, York County District Attorney's office and Latimore Township Police Department assisted in the arrest.

Fenner was taken to York County Central Booking for processing and court proceedings regarding his transfer to Berks County.

"We place a high priority on fugitive cases in which the use or threat of violence against innocent victims occurs.


By working with our law enforcement partners to ensure violent offenders are brought to justice, communities throughout Pennsylvania become safer and more secure," U.S. Marshal Martin J. Pane said in a statement.