Albion man found guilty in resisting arrest trial
An Albion man was found guilty of resisting arrest as a result of a jury trial before President Judge Maureen Skerda on Thursday.
The jury found Robert L. Wenzel, 66, of Albion, guilty of resisting arrest, a second-degree misdemeanor. It was the only count he faced.
First Assistant District Attorney Cody Brown prosecuted the case.
Wenzel was represented by Attorney Joseph Malizia.
According to the information in the case, Wenzel resisted arrest by Pennsylvania State Police who were serving an arrest warrant on him on Oct. 4, 2018.
According to the document, Wenzel did not comply with verbal commands and resisted when troopers tried to put handcuffs on him.