Man Accused of Giving False Info Following Alleged DUI-Related Crash

car-accident-graphic-5254_jpg_475x310_q85-300x225WASHINGTON TWP., Pa. (EYT) – A 26-year-old Maryland man is facing charges after he allegedly provided false information to police following a DUI-related crash on I-80 in Washington Township, Jefferson County.

DuBois-Based State Police say the crash occurred on October 19 around 7:49 p.m. at mile marker 89.2.

According to police, a westbound 1998 Dodge Ram operated by 31-year-old Jameson L. Whitehill, of Bellefonte, exited the roadway for unknown reasons and traveled down a steep embankment before crashing into several trees.

Police say the vehicle came to a rest impaled in a drainage ditch.

Whitehill was transported to Penn Highlands-DuBois for treatment of moderate injuries.

Following the accident, police say a passenger in the vehicle, 26-year-old Harrison I. Shultz, of York, Pa., provided a fictitious name and date of birth to police.

Police list the nature of the accident as DUI-related.

According to online court documents, charges have not been filed against Shultz or Whitehill as of October 21.

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