Pennsylvania State Police in Trevose Made 10 DUI Arrests from Oct. 25 to Nov. 1
According to police reports provided by Pennsylvania State Police, a total of 10 DUI related arrests were made between October 25 and November 1. However, these arrests do not indicate a conviction. Our DUI lawyers understand this process and communicate it to every client. The arrests are listed below in order of occurrence and were provided by Pennsylvania State Police Trevose station and gaming control troopers stationed at Parx Casino.
Details of Pennsylvania DUI Arrests
October 25, 10:25 p.m. – A 41-year-old man was stopped by the state police on I-95 on suspicion of drunk driving. The driver was traveling on I-95 northbound near exit 35 in Bensalem and was found to be intoxicated. He is facing DUI charges.
October 26, 11:16 p.m. – The next driver, a 27-year-old Cinnaminson, NJ man, was also stopped on I-95. He was speeding on I-95 southbound at milepost 33.1 in Bensalem and was found to be intoxicated. He is also facing DUI charges.
October 27, 1:30 a.m. – A 21-year-old Newtown woman was stopped by state police for speeding on I-95 northbound at exit 40. She was found to be under the influence of alcohol and charged with DUI.
October 27, 2:44 a.m. -Next to get busted was a 34-year-old man from Bristol. State police stopped his vehicle on I-95 at exit 40 in Bristol Township. The driver was found to be under the influence of a controlled substance. He was arrested and charged for DUI (Driving Under the Influence).
October 28, 1:03 a.m. – A 29-year-old Bristol man was stopped by state police on I-95 northbound at milepost 34.8 in Bensalem. The driver was found to be intoxicated and also faces DUI charges.
October 28, 2:23 a.m. – A 17-year-old driver from Levittown was stopped by the state police for speeding on I-95 southbound at milepost 36.8 in Bensalem. The driver was found to be intoxicated and charged with DUI and underage drinking.
October 28, 3:26 a.m. – The next driver to get busted for DUI was a 22-year-old Langhorne man. He was located by the state police at Bellevue Avenue and East Lincoln Highway in Penndel. The vehicle was stopped and the driver was found sleeping at the wheel of his vehicle. He was determined to be intoxicated and charged with DUI.
October 30, 4:14 p.m. – A 20-year-old Newtown man was stopped by state police on I-95 in Bristol. He was found to be driving under the influence. The driver was also found to be in possession of a controlled substance and related paraphernalia. He was arrested and charged with DUI and possession of a controlled substance.
November 1, 1:10 a.m. – A 19-year-old female from Bensalem was stopped for speeding on I-95 southbound at milepost 34.8 in Bensalem. She was found to be intoxicated and faces DUI charges.
November 1, 2:43 a.m. -The last driver to get busted for DUI was a 21-year-old Hamilton, NJ woman. State police responded to a two-vehicle crash on I-95 northbound at milepost 38.8 in Bristol Township and found the driver to be intoxicated. She faces DUI charges.
A DUI charge can turn into a DUI conviction which can have a devastating impact on your life. A drunk driving offense carries heavy fines and fees and possible penalties including jail sentence, probation, alcohol schooling and treatment, installation of an ignition interlock device, driver license suspension and high insurance premiums, not to forget the humiliation which one has to face. To avoid getting caught for driving under the influence, it is advised not to drink and drive or designate a sober driver if you do plan to drink and travel.
NO JAIL TIME
Commonwealth v. "H" (DUI case)
Client was charged with three separate DUI cases calling for mandatory minimum imprisonment of 90 days on each case. Client was advised to seek immediate intensive alcohol counseling. Client was sentenced to 1 year of house arrest after serving 3 days in the county prison.
Commonwealth v. "C" (Felony drug/Firearms case)
Client was charged with felony Delivery of drugs and illegal gun possession and was facing a mandatory 3-6 year prison sentence in the State prison system. Client was sentenced to one year of house arrest.
Commonwealth v. "S"
Client was charged with simple assault, domestic. After a hearing where evidence and testimony was presented, the entire case was dismissed by Judge Leonard Brown.
State of New Jersey v. "H"
Charges for young man charged with second degree aggravated assault were downgraded to third degree and he was accepted into the County Pretrial Intervention program with charges to be dismissed and record expunged after one year of misconduct free behavior.
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