What can shake up a small Pennsylvania town with just over 950 residents?
How about a naked man standing on top of a floating minivan headed down the Susquehanna River waving his underwear over his head?
A man wanted in Bel Air, Md. for armed robbery and carjacking a minivan led police on a high speed chase that ended when the suspect, Raymond Kallenberger, 23, of Edgewood, Md., crashed into the Susquehanna River in Goldsboro, Pa. on Sunday.
Once the van hit the water, Kallenberger removed himself from inside the vehicle, crawled out of the front driver's side window and put on a spirited show. As one Goldsboro resident, Michael Shirk, described it, there "was a minivan floating down the river with a naked guy on it waving his underwear over his head," according to the York Daily Record.
The chase began when people spotted a taxi cab minivan with a flat tire driving erratically in Springettsbury Township, Pa. Sunday morning. When police got to the car and attempted to pull the driver over, a high speed chase ensued.
Kallenberger took as many as five police cars at one time through three police jurisdictions at speeds as high as 90 miles per hour. But Kallenberger made one serious mistake -- driving straight into the frigid Susquehanna.
When the van began to sink, Kallenberger was forced to leave the van and swam to shore, where he was arrested and then treated for hypothermia at York Hospital.
Kallenberger was charged with two counts of aggravated assault, two counts of driving while under the influence, two counts of reckless endangering, one count of receiving stolen property, one count of fleeing and eluding and one count of reckless driving, according to NBC 8.
As of Monday morning, the sunken minivan, owned by Victory Cabs in Bel Air, has not been found by local authorities.
It is likely that the small town of Goldsboro will be talking about the man who drove into a river, "got out of the van, shook his private parts at people waving," as one resident noted, and swam to shore with shoes on and underwear wrapped around his head, for quite some time.