WANTED | Man charged with homicide after passenger flung from motorcycle
East Pennsboro —
Camp Hill resident Keyshawn Wards Cooks has been charged with homicide for a late-May motorcycle crash.
An investigation by the East Pennsboro Township Police on May 30, 2017 revealed that Cooks was operating his motorcycle at a considerably high speed, traveling southbound on Route 15.
Cooks blew through a red light, colliding with the front of a car making a legal left turn to enter the Route 581 Westbound ramp, according to police.
His passenger, Tanya M. Collins, was flung from the vehicle upon impact, and later pronounced dead at the scene.
Cooks only possessed a Class C (passenger vehicle) learner’s permit. The motorcycle he was operating was not registered, inspected or insured.
Cooks has reportedly left the Camp Hill area and is suspected to be in Indiana or Ohio.
Anyone with information on Cooks’s whereabouts should contact the East Pennsboro Township Police at 717-732-3633.