CONESTOGA TOWNSHIP, Pa. (WHTM) — Pennsylvania State Police were conducting an aggravated assault investigation after a man allegedly hit two people with an aluminum baseball bat in Lancaster County.

State Police said that on Jan. 15, members of the PSP Lancaster Barracks received a phone call reporting that Kerr Michael Graham allegedly hit the people with the baseball bat around the 3300 block of Main Street in Conestoga Township.

The victims said that Graham allegedly hit one victim three times in the head, causing visible injuries, then struck the other victim in the arm when they tried to intervene, according to State Police.

Troopers prepared the applicable charges and an arrest warrant was issued, according to police.

State Police said that on Jan. 17 around 8:45 p.m., troopers were alerted that Graham had been seen in the 3000 block of Main Street in Conestoga Township.

Graham allegedly fled into a nearby wooded area as troopers arrived, according to police. Members of the Manheim Township Police Department responded with tracking dogs while Pennsylvania State Police aviation also responded and searched the wooded area, State Police said.

Graham was located and taken to the Lancaster County Prison pending arraignment, according to State Police.