Upper Moreland Police Report: 4 Recent Arrests for DUI, Traffic, Theft

The Upper Moreland Township Police Department has disclosed information regarding four recent apprehensions:

1. Michael Bowen, 52, was arrested for Driving Under the Influence and a number of vehicle-related violations on January 3rd at 6:33pm. Bowen was also implicated in a traffic accident involving a bicycle and a vehicle. It was established that Bowen was biking under the influence and he ignored traffic signals resulting in the collision.
On February 24th, he was taken into custody following an episode wherein he assaulted and threatened his parents with a hammer, and provoked a police K-9.

2. Emmerson Slotterback, 45, was taken into custody for operating illegally without ignition interlock on February 12th at 5:21pm while driving on Memorial Drive and York Road. Slotterback’s arrest came after a traffic stop for vehicle violations revealed that he was driving a vehicle that wasn’t equipped with the required ignition interlock.

3. Ralph Brown, 60, was arrested for retail theft, possession of drug paraphernalia, and receiving stolen property on January 8th at 2:21pm. Brown allegedly stole merchandise worth $115 from 5 Below in Willow Grove. Upon arrest, he was found to have drug paraphernalia and other stolen items from different jurisdictions in his possession.

4. Brandon Smith, 24, was taken into custody for receiving stolen property and retail theft on February 27th at 1:13pm. As per the police report, Smith tried to return stolen merchandise to the Willow Grove Auto Zone. He had allegedly acquired these goods from another Auto Zone store, in collaboration with an accomplice.

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