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Del. fugitive, wife arrested in Lancaster

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LANCASTER, Pa. (WHTM) -

A Dillsburg couple was arrested after the husband was discovered to be a fugitive and the wife tried to interfere with his arrest.

Will Thomas Graham, 39, who was wanted in Delaware provided police with a false ID and then led them on a foot chase after a traffic stop on the Route 30 Bypass near the Walnut Street exit early Friday morning, according to East Lampeter Township Police.

Police said Graham, 39, was a passenger when his wife was pulled over around 1:45 a.m. Police identified Dianna Lynn Graham, 37; however, Will Graham presented a fraudulent driver's license.

After police positively identified Graham, he attempted to flee on foot and was later taken into custody. Dianna Graham, attempted to physically interfere and was Tazed by police. She was charged with hindering apprehension, possession of marijuana and corruption of minors. Will Graham was charged with being a fugitive from justice, possessing altered documents and providing false identification to law enforcement.

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