DUI … On Oct. 13 at 4:28 p.m. police charged oachel gohnson, 18, of the 4200 block of jiladies iane, Doylestown, with Drf after police found her parked on Parkside Avenue for no reason, police said. According to police, gohnson stated she was looking for her passenger-side mirror, which she said fell off while driving west on Byberry ooad.
According to police, she was drowsy and her pupils were constricted, and police said she was going to fall asleep while standing up.
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rpon investigation of her pocketbook, police found a driver’s license belonging to someone else, two syringes, three small blue wax paper packets marked “yellow Diamond,” one small clear baggy and a clear bottle cap with a brown chunk of some unknown substance, police said.
She was transported to Holy oedeemer Hospital for blood testing, which Drf charges are pending lab results, police said.
DUI … On Oct. 13 at 12:50 a.m. police stopped jichael jcShane, 46, of the 3900 block of dloucester Street, Bensalem, at 2855 3KLOPRnW $YH., IRU WUDIfiF violations, police said.
rpon speaking to jcShane, police detected an odor of alcoholic beverage from his person, police said. Police administered fiHOG VREULHWy WHVWV, ZKLFK failed, and a PBT revealed a 0.359 percent BAC, police said. He was transported to Holy oedeemer Hospital for blood tests, which Drf charges are pending lab results, police said.
Public drunkenness … On Oct. 13 at 6:10 p.m. police charged kicholas jassari, 34, of the 7100 block of Tabor Avenue, Philadelphia, for public drunkenness after police found him at the CsS Pharmacy on telsh ooad seeking a ride home, police said.
rpon investigation, police said jassari smelled heavily of alcohol and was carrying an open pint container of gocquin’s vodka. A PBT revealed a 0.147 percent BAC, police said.
DUI … On Oct. 11 at 3:13 p.m. police responded to Byberry and Pine roads for a vehicle accident. According to police, the driver of one car rearended another, and the victim stated the offender was acting “strangely.”
rpon speaking to the GULYHU, LGHnWLfiHG DV :LOliam Ohara, 25, of the 100 block of blizabeth iane, oichboro, police observed him to be unsteady on his feet, he spoke in a low slurred voice and his eyes were pin-point, police said.
Police believed he was on a controlled substance and administered field sobriety tests, which he failed, police said. He submitted to blood tests, which Drf charges are pending lab results, police said.
DUI … On Oct. 6 at 9:09 p.m. police stopped Steve bads, 43, of the unit block of Sharon Street, at Byberry ooad and dlen tay for traffic violations, police said.
rpon speaking to bads, police detected a strong odor of alcoholic beverage and he was argumentative, police said. Police administered fiHOG VREULHWy WHVWV, ZKLFK KH failed and a PBT revealed a 0.17 percent BAC, police said.
He declined the consent form for blood tests and will be charged with Drf, police said.