State Police Calls: DUI’s

Police sirenCLEARFIELD CO., Pa. (EYT) – State Police responded to the following calls:

DUI on State Route 255, Sandy Township

DuBois-based State Police say around 2:06 a.m. on October 30, a known, 28-year-old Penfield man was stopped on State Route 255, in Sandy Township, Clearfield County, for a summary traffic violation.

While speaking with the suspect, a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage was evident on his breath, police say.

He was subsequently arrested for DUI along with other summary traffic violations.

Charges are pending blood results, according to police.

DUI on State Route 219/36 in Mahaffey

Around 11:00 p.m. on October 29, PSP Punxsutawney conducted a traffic stop on State Route 219 and 36, in Mahaffey Borough, Clearfield County, for a summary violation.

It was discovered through the course of the stop that the suspect – a 22-year-old Grampian man – was driving after imbibing a sufficient amount of an alcoholic beverage, according to police.

He was taken for a chemical test of blood. BAC (Blood Alcohol Content) returned above the legal limit, police say.

Charges were filed through 46-3-04.

DUI in Banks Township

Around 2:00 a.m. on October 30, PSP Punxsutawney conducted a traffic stop on Glen Campbell Road and Watson Road, in Banks Township, Indiana County, for a summary violation.

It was discovered through the course of the investigation that a known, 59-year-old Glen Campbell man was driving after imbibing a sufficient amount of an alcoholic beverage, according to police.

The suspect was taken for a chemical test of blood, police say.

Charges are pending the return of the blood results, according to police.


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