Manhunt underway for Berwick man

Last updated: August 9, 2017 - 5:00pm


WILLIAMSPORT — A manhunt is underway for a former Berwick man who was doing time here for indecent assault and a parole violation when he walked away from his job at the Lycoming County Landfill about noon Wednesday.

Investigators say David Michael Daubert may be headed back to Berwick, where he has lived at two addresses: 62 Sparrow Drive, Lot 30, or 230 W. 17th St, Lot 14.

If you see him or know his whereabouts, you’re asked to call 9-1-1.

Daubert was spotted along Route 15 in Allenwood about 45 minutes after he was last seen at the landfill, detectives in the Lycoming County District Attorney’s office reported.

Daubert pleaded guilty last August to an indecent assault charge and was declared a Megans Law offender. He was sentenced to a jail term of seven to 23 months, followed by probation, which he violated last month, authorities said.

Incarcerated at the Lycoming County Pre-Release center, he was at the landfill as part of a work crew when he walked away.

Daubert, 21, is described as a white male, 5’9”, 180 lbs. with red hair and a red scruffy beard. He was wearing an orange sweatshirt with navy blue prison clothing. 

A warrant was obtained and alerts were sent out immediately to law enforcement agencies in Lycoming, Union, and Columbia counties.

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