By BEN KLEIN
The search for a man wanted in Warren County in connection with "bath salts" ended Wednesday morning after he turned himself in to the Pennsylvania State Police at the Warren barracks.
According to the state police, Daniel Mark Bevevino, 29, turned himself in at 11 a.m. Wednesday after troopers believed he was reportedly sighted in Conewango Township on Tuesday.
Bevevino was wanted by the state police for theft, fraud, forgery over credit card, and terroristic threats and was arraigned before District Justice Laura Bauer. He was taken to the Warren County Jail. Bail was set at $125,000, according to the police report.
According to Warren County Sheriff Kenneth Klakamp, Bevevino was wanted by the Warren County Drug Task Force and was charged with three counts of possession with intent to deliver, three counts of possession of a controlled substance and three counts of criminal use of a communication facility.
The substance in question was believed to be "bath salts", Klakamp said.
Police gave some credit for the arrest to the Times Observer.
"Allowing us to use the media as an effective tool in law enforcement has brought this individual into custody," Erie Pennsylvania State Police Sgt. Mark Zaleski said.