Arriving at a single-car crash scene within the 500 block of Arch Road about 11:45 p.m. on Sept. 25, town police officer “instantly smelled a robust odor of alcoholic beverage” coming from driver Nicholas Dellomo, 37, of 2128 Mosser Ave., in keeping with an affidavit.
Upon being questioned, Dellomo admitted to having “a couple of beers,” the court docket doc said. Police mentioned Dellomo, who was unable to finish a sequence of area sobriety checks, had a blood-alcohol focus degree of .25. Charged with DUI, he waived his preliminary listening to earlier than District Choose Christian Frey and is free on $5,000 bail.
Frey can also be dealing with the case of Raegan Manley, 18, who has been charged with DUI and underage consuming after a state trooper stopped her 2005 Cadillac at Park and Hadley streets within the metropolis about 1:45 a.m. on Sept. 25 due to faulty brake mild, court docket information said.
Manley admitted that she had “consumed alcohol earlier within the night time at a celebration,” police mentioned. She confirmed “indicators of impairment” throughout a sequence of area sobriety checks” and had a blood-alcohol focus degree of .04, police mentioned. She too is free on $5,000 bail.
In one other case earlier than the choose, Crystal Lee Cohick, 39, of 1648 Andrews Place, admitted to a state trooper to having “three pictures of whiskey” and an alcoholic slushy shortly after police stopped her 2008 Jeep Liberty due to a malfunctioning headlight at West Fourth and Campbell streets about 12:20 a.m. on Dec. 15, court docket information said.
Charged with DUI and careless driving, Cohick, who had a blood-alcohol focus degree of .15, was launched on $5,000 bail, police mentioned.
In one other case, shortly after crashing her 2011 Chevrolet Equinox at West Fourth and Arch streets about 11:45 p.m. on Sept. 11, Sharon Johnson, 57, of 1582 Randall Circle, admitted to a metropolis police officer that she had had two beers, court docket information said. Charged with DUI, Johnson had a blood-alcohol focus degree of .20, police mentioned. She is free on $5,000 bail.
In one other case, Sean David Lapp, 39, of Lock Haven, saved nodding off behind the wheel of his 2015 Chevrolet Malibu because it was stopped with the engine working within the entrance-exit journey lane at Sheetz on Route 220 in Woodward Township about 4:15 p.m. on Might 18, state police mentioned a witness advised them.
When police arrived on the enterprise, Lapp had moved his automobile to a parking spot, court docket information said. Police mentioned that Lapp “gave the impression to be beneath the affect. His eyelids had been droopy and he was sluggish.” Police seized a container of bathtub salts from contained in the automobile. Charged with DUI of managed substances, possession of bathtub salts, driving with no license and driving an unregistered automobile, Lapp had three completely different medicine in his system on the time, in keeping with the outcomes of a blood check, police mentioned. He has been despatched a summons to seem earlier than District Choose Denise Dieter.
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