When suspected drunk driver Matthew Connelley learned he was under arrest for impaired driving in the 200 block of Seminary Street in the Jersey Shore at around 5:45 p.m. on November 24, the 32-year-old motorist walked away. removed from a Tiadaghton Valley regional police officer. and “Running away”, but he was quickly caught, court records show.
The officer arrested Connelley of Mill Hall with a blown taillight on his 2010 Ford Escape, police said. “There was a strong smell of intoxicating drink” from inside the car, and Connelley’s eyes were glassy and watery, and his speech was scrambled, the officer wrote in an affidavit. Charged with impaired driving and resisting arrest, Connelley, who refused to provide a blood sample, was issued a subpoena to appear before a district judge.
In another case, Susan M. Seagraves, 43, of 1644 Randall Circle, was charged with drunk driving for having a blood alcohol level of 0.10 when a state soldier pulled over her Subaru Forester. 2003 in the 1900 block of East Third Street due to an unusable fog light around 11:20 p.m. on March 17, according to an affidavit. Seagraves, who police say admitted to drinking, is free on $ 5,000 bail.
In another case, it was a burnt-out license plate light on Isabella Montoya’s 2015 Subaru Impreza that prompted the County’s DUI task to stop her near the 400 block of West Bald Eagle Alley in South Williamsport around 12:45 a.m. June 26, according to an affidavit. An officer detected the smell of alcoholic beverages on her body and she performed “Unsatisfactory” during a series of field sobriety tests, police said. Charged with impaired driving and two summary offenses, Montoya, 22, of 136 E. Canal St., Apartment 201, had a blood alcohol level of 0.13 and is being released on $ 5,000 bail, announced the police.
In another case, motorist Steve Boyles, 68, of 408 Washington Blvd., refused to submit a blood test after state police stopped his 2004 Jeep station wagon on Washington Boulevard in Loyalsock Township around 12:10 am on February 6, but he did. admit having had two drinks and smoked marijuana “early in the day,” according to an affidavit. Police said there was “A strong smell of alcoholic drink” coming not only from the vehicle, but also from Boyles’ breath. Charged with impaired driving, he was released on $ 5,000 bail.
In another case, when a state soldier arrived at the scene of an accident on Slacks Run Road in Cascade Township at around 6:45 p.m. on January 18, injured motorist Steven Marquardt was already being treated at the back of an ambulance. When the soldier entered the ambulance, he clearly detected “A strong smell of alcoholic drink”, according to an affidavit.
After Marquardt, 64, of 11714 Wallis Run Road, Trout Run, was medically cleared, he lost his footing exiting the ambulance, police said. He admitted to consuming alcoholic beverages, police said, adding that he was unable to follow instructions for field sobriety tests. Charged with impaired driving, Marquardt, who refused to provide a blood sample, is released on $ 5,000 bail.
In another case, Michael Horne, 71, of Dillsburg, also refused to provide a blood sample after state police detected the smell of alcohol coming from his 2010 Cadillac Escalade when she had it. stopped on Highway 15 in Armstrong Township around 3 a.m. on December 12. 4, according to an affidavit. Horne, who was arrested for crossing the fog line as well as the two southbound lanes of traffic, admitted to drinking a “little” alcoholic beverages, police said, adding that he was unable to complete field sobriety tests due to his intoxication. Charged with impaired driving and reckless driving, he received a summons to appear before a district judge.
In another case, Jimmie April Blevins, 32, of 813 Wildwood Blvd., was charged with impaired driving of controlled substances minutes after leaving the Lycoming County Central Processing Center on Green Avenue in Old Township. from Lycoming around 1:50 p.m. on August 26, township police said. The center, made up of civilians, is where the accused are photographed and their fingerprints taken.
Blevins appeared under the influence of drugs when she arrived at the center, police said, adding that they were alerted just after she pulled away from the building in a 2005 orange Pontiac Sunfire, that a officer spotted and stopped at Beeber Street and Terrance Place. in the city, according to an affidavit. She performed a series of field sobriety tests “Unsatisfactory” and admitted to using various drugs, police said, adding that a blood test confirmed there was fentanyl and other narcotics in his system at the time. She received a summons to appear before a district judge.
In another case, Victoria R. Hall, 33, of 11 E. Plaza Drive, Hughesville, had a blood alcohol level of 0.25 while driving a 2006 Honda Odyssey van on Broad Street in Montoursville at around 1 p.m. 15 on August 3, announced the Montoursville police. State police actually arrested her after a dispatcher told them to be on the lookout for a reckless driver who hit signs while exiting Interstate 180, according to an affidavit. Charged with drunk driving, Hall had a speech impairment and smelled alcohol on her breath, police said. This was his second arrest for impaired driving, police said. She is free on $ 10,000 bond.
In another case, when state soldiers arrived at a single vehicle crash in which Nathan Fry’s 2003 Nissan Murano landed at Miller’s Run at Northway Road in Loyalsock Township on the night of August 23, 2020 , the 29-year-old Pennsdale motorist was already pulled out of the car and put on an embankment, according to an affidavit.
Fry, whose eyes were bloodshot and glassy, denied being under the influence of drugs or alcohol, but a blood test revealed methadone and fentanyl were in his system, police said. Charged with impaired driving in controlled substances, he is released on $ 5,000 bail.