A man wanted in Berks County was apprehended after a traffic stop Sunday, State College police said.
State College police pulled over a white Cadillac on the 100 block of West Beaver Avenue after the vehicle was discovered to have an expired license plate.
The officer smelled marijuana and the driver, who told police his name was “Eric,” reportedly told the officer he had been smoking marijuana.
Police said the man then produced a driver’s license but could not tell the officer the date of birth or address on the license.
He then reportedly refused to speak to police further.
He was taken to Mount Nittany Medical Center and refused a blood test, police said.
He was then taken to Centre County Correctional Facility where police ran his fingerprints, police said.
From the fingerprints, the man was identified as Wilber Calliste, 29, of Reading.
Calliste has two outstanding warrants for his arrest issued by Reading Police Department.
Aggravated assault, simple assault, reckless endangerment and harassment charges were filed against Calliste on Nov. 2 for an incident where Calliste reportedly struck an individual with a 40 ounce bottle.
Multiple counts of robbery, simple assault, aggravated assault and other charges were filed against Calliste on Nov. 10 in relation to a seperate incident where Calliste reportedly robbed four people and struck three of them with a firearm.
Calliste will be charged with producing a false ID to police, DUI, possession of marijuana and traffic violations by State College police.