A Morgantown man advised authorities he was “working from the satan” when he crashed his car whereas driving 120 mph, injuring one other driver, in response to Pennsylvania State police.
Shaun Paul Schulze, 39, was charged with driving beneath the affect, accidents involving private damage, operation of a car with out ignition interlock and 7 different site visitors offenses after crashing his car into three utility poles, two mailboxes, a tree and one other automotive within the 2000 block of Essential Road in Caernarvon Township at 10:52 p.m. on April 5, in response to an affidavit of possible trigger. The opposite car’s driver was hospitalized with unspecified accidents.
Schulze, who was driving with a suspended license on the time, fled the scene on foot, police stated.
Officers discovered Schulze strolling alongside Route 23 in a disoriented and paranoid state, claiming he was “working from the satan” on his method to church and had wrecked his automotive, in response to the affidavit. Schulze additionally admitted to smoking marijuana.
Schulze was confined to Lancaster County Jail after he was unable to publish a $15,000 bail, court docket information present. He’ll face a preliminary listening to earlier than Decide David. L. Ashworth on April 8.
Schulze has beforehand pleaded responsible to driving beneath the affect in 2001, to which he was sentenced to as a lot as a yr and 11 months of confinement, in addition to different site visitors offenses, in response to court docket information. He has additionally pleaded responsible to housebreaking, prison trespass, theft and different prison offenses.