March 2017 DUI Arrests

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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McClintock

 

 

 

 

On 03/28/17 at approx 2150hrs this officer was on duty driving a marked patrol unit. I was in the area of Lewisberry Rd and Old Trail Rd, when I observed a vehicle traveling West on Lewisberry Rd with its headlight out. I started following the vehicle as it was traveling West. The vehicle was weaving in its lane of travel. When I activated my emergency lights and siren the vehicle failed to pull over, but continued driving west and put on its turn signal to make a left hand turn onto York Rd. The vehicle then started as if it was going to turn onto York Rd and then made a abrupt right hand turn and turned onto Old Quaker Rd. The vehicle then crossed over into the opposing lane of travel and came to rest. Time of stop 2152hrs. The vehicle was a Infinity Pa registration JYA7849.

I approved the vehicle on the driver side. I introduced myself and asked the driver for her drivers license, registration and insurance. As I was speaking to the occupants I detected a strong odor of alcohol coming from the vehicle. The driver had freshly lite a cigarette as well. The driver provided me with PA drivers license #25447973 issued to a Michelle L McClintock, the photo matched the driver. I asked the driver if she had been drinking and she advised that she had two drinks and that she was driving her friend home and that it was his car. I asked McClintock to step out of the vehicle to perform some test to make sure she was ok to drive. She advised that she would. As she stepped from the vehicle she was unsteady on her feet. I patted her down for weapons the result being negative.
As I continued speaking with Mcclintock she was observed to have a moderate odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from her breath and person. When asked Mcclintock admitted she had been drinking. Her answers to my questions were slow. Mcclintock was also observed to have glassy bloodshot eyes. Her speech appeared to be slurred and her movements were slow and lethargic.

Field Coordination test were completed and indicated that McClintock was under the influence. A PBT was also administered and McClintock blew a 0.139%. At this time I advised her that I believed her to be under the influence and incapable of safe driving. McClintock was placed in restraints. She was then searched the result being negative for contraband. She was then placed in the rear of car 47. I then transported McClintock to Central Booking. Upon arrival at booking I read the DL-26, Implied consent to McClintock and she agreed to submit to a legal blood draw. Vascular Access Tec Jalyssa Caban removed two vials of blood from her left arm at 2246hrs. She was then turned over to Sheriff deputies.
BAC results 0.154%. Delta-9 Carboxy THC 17ng/ml, 2.1ng/ml of Delta-9 THC

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perkins

 

 

 

 

 

On Saturday March 25th, 2017 at 0002 hours. this officer was on patrol driving a marked patrol unit. I was traveling in the area of Robinhood Dr when I observed an occupied vehicle to the rear of the Red Land Community Library. As I approached the vehicle its brake lights activated. I activated my emergency lights. The vehicle was occupied two times. It had NY registration HBC6776 on a white Honda. Time of contact 0002hrs.

I approached the vehicle on the driver side and smelled an overwhelming odor of burnt marihuana coming from the vehicle. I introduced myself and asked for the occupants to hand over the marihuana. The driver advised that he did not have any on his person. He handed me a US passport #497081232 issued to a Nicholas Perkins. The photo matched the driver. I advised the occupants that I smell marihuana and they advised that they had smoked it all. I asked them where they were coming from and they advised from Baltimore. They had stopped to get some food and had smoked a blunt. The driver was dishealved, and had large glassy bloodshot eyes.

I had the driver step from the vehicle where he was patted down for weapons the result being negative. As I was patting him down I observed a strong odor of burn marihuana coming off his person as well as an odor of alcohol. I then went to the passenger side of the car where I observed a blunt on the ground. I had the passenger who was identified as Nathanial Hellstern step from the vehicle as well. Hellstern was also patted down for weapons the result being negative.

I then asked Perkins to submit to some filed coordination test. While speaking with Perkins I saw that he was having body tremors, he had what appeared to be marihuana debris in his mouth. I also observed eye lid tremors. The test indicated that he was under the influence and incapable of safe driving. Perkins also submitted to a PBT and blew a 0.013%

I then placed him under arrest for DUI. I then transported him to central booking where vascular access tech, Jalyssa Caban removed two vials of blood from Perkins left arm at 0117hrs.

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Raffensberger

 

 

 

 

 

On March 27, 2017 at approx. 2105 Hrs York County Control dispatched the Newberry Twp Police Department to a single vehicle accident in front of Burger King on Robin Hood Drive. It was reported that the driver was having chest pains and was laying in the parking lot of the Burger King. I was on scene within 60 seconds responding from Yocumtown Road. On scene I observed a 2005 Blue Ford F-150 with Pennsylvania registration plate of YAD9256 hung up on the guard rail. The reported driver was laying in the parking lot.

Upon approach of the subject I immediately observed a strong odor of an intoxicating beverage coming from his person and his breath. The subject identified himself as the driver of the truck and provided Pennsylvania ID card holder only 18199582 belonging to a Ronald E. Raffensberger. Mr. Raffensberger reported that he had chest pains from hitting the steering wheel and/or the seat belt. He reports no prior medical condition and no trouble breathing. Mr. Raffensberger reports having several beers prior to the accident, that he didn’t have a license due to a prior DUI arrest, and that he was homeless living out of his truck. I had turned the truck engine off and was informed that an ambulance was enroute to treat injuries.

On scene, a witness to the accident reported the following. He explains that he observed the truck driving very careless, crossing the center lines, driving off the roadway, and driving through a red light at the intersection of the Newberry Parkway and Old Trail Road. He reports calling York County Control to report the driver when the truck drove off the roadway and getting stuck on the guard rail. Witness information obtained and he reports being available for court.

Mr. Raffensberger was visible intoxicated with slurred speech, red blood shot eyes, and staggering movements. Due to his complaints of pain no field sobriety tests were administered. He was offered medical treatment from the ambulance and offered transport to York Hospital three times, and refused. Mr. Raffensberger was advised that he was being arrested for Driving Under the Influence and had a choice of being transported to York Hospital in an ambulance or in the back of a patrol vehicle. He was suggested to take the ambulance and agreed.

Due to a mis-communication he was transported to a Harrisburg Hospital by the ambulance. Officer Breski, who was following the ambulance, took custody of Mr. Raffensberger and transported him down to York Hospital. At York Hospital the implied consent form was read over and Mr. Raffensberger agreed to a blood draw to determine his BAC level. After the blood was drawn Mr. Raffensberger was treated for the pain in his chest and released.

Upon running a criminal history check and a driving record check it was confirmed that Mr. Raffensberger was arrested for Driving Under he Influence on September 26, 2010.

 

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Snelbaker Erik

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

On 03/10/17 at approx 1520 hrs this Officer was on patrol driving a marked patrol unit #45 for the Newberry Township Police Department. I was traveling in the 500 Blk of York Rd looking for another call when I observed debris and a vehicle’s tire in the road way. I made contact with a Paula Kaproxki who advised that she had been traveling North on York Rd when she observed a pick up truck lose control, strike a mailbox at 535 York Rd then strike an embankment come into her lane of travel causing her to go off the roadway.

I then made contact with the driver of the truck who was identified as Erik E Snelbaker. The truck was in the yard of 555 York Rd. Snelbaker had a strong odor of alcohol coming from his person and breath. His eyes were also glassy and blood shot. I asked Mr. Snelbaker if he had been consuming alcohol this evening and he stated that he had 6 drinks. I asked Mr. Snelbaker if he would perform field coordination tests to see if he was capable of driving safely and he stated that he would.

The tests that Mr. Snelbaker attempted to perform indicated that he was under the influence of alcohol to the point that he was not capable of driving safely. The testing had to be stopped due to Mr. Snelbaker stumbling t the point that each time he attempted the test he would nearly fall to the ground. Mr. Snelbaker did submit to a Preliminary Breath Test (PBT). Those results indicated that he had a BAC of .178%.

Based on Mr. Snelbakers driving and field coordination testing, I placed him under arrest for DUI. Mr. Snelbaker was transported to Memorial Hospital for a legal BAC. Mr. Snelbaker was advised of his Chemical Testing Warnings And Report Of Refusal To Submit To Chemical Testing As Authorized By Section 1547 Of The Vehicle Code In Violation Of Section 3802. Mr. Snelbaker agreed to submit to the chemical test of blood.

Upon checking Mr. Snelbaker’s criminal history, it was verified that he has a prior DUI.

 

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Young

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

On March 9, 2017 at approx. 0210 Hrs. this officer was investigating an earlier complaint of a warranted subject. The investigation led me to 2001 Red Bank Road in the area of lot 210. A vehicle that was reportedly being driven by the wanted subject was parked in the area around lot 208. I observed the vehicle and observed a 1999 Subaru parked directly behind the wanted subject’s vehicle. The Subaru was running with two subjects inside. The two subjects appeared to be sitting in the dark vehicle shrunk down in the front seats. I made contact and immediately observed the strong odor of freshly burning marihuana. I requested drivers license and ID from the occupants. The Subaru had Pennsylvania registration plate of KFF3120 belonging to the passenger of the vehicle, Ms. Holly Ann Boyd. The driver of the Subaru provided drivers license number 27663877 belonging to a Zachary Scott Young. The photograph on the license matched the driver of the Subaru. I called in the traffic stop and requested an additional police unit respond.

I requested the passenger, Ms. Boyd, step from the vehicle. Ms. Boyd was questioned on why the two were sitting outside in a vehicle at a 0210 Hrs. She reports that her and her boyfriend were visiting a friend at lot 208. They just left the residence and were on their way back home in the Dover area. Ms. Boyd was questioned on the strong odor of Marihuana and denied having any marihuana and also denied smoking any marihuana. She advised that the vehicle was hers and there was no contraband inside the vehicle. Ms. Boyd was detained, patted down, and then placed in my patrol vehicle. Ms. Boyd appeared to be under the influence of Marihuana. She had a strong odor about her breath and person, she had red blood shot eyes, and she appeared very nervous and shaking.

I requested Mr. Young step from the vehicle. He verified that the couple was visiting a friend at lot 208. He admits that they were smoking marihuana but that didn’t have any left. I requested he perform the standardized field sobriety tests and he complied. Mr. Young had many indicators that verified he was under the influence of marihuana. Mr. Young was taken into custody without incident.

The Subaru was searched and a glass pipe with Marihuana was found in Ms. Boyd’s purse. The purse was located on the passenger side front seat floor board. Ms. Boyd denied that the pipe was hers and stated that she believed someone put the pipe inside her purse. The pipe was seized as evidence. Later, upon returning to the police station the dried vegetation from the pipe was field tested and shown to be positive for being Marihuana. Ms. Boyd was released and went to stay with her girl friend at lot 210. She called first and verified that she could stay until the marihuana was out of he system. It should be noted that attempts were made to contact the resident at lot 208 and no one answered the door.

Mr. Young was transported to the York County Booking Center. At the center he was read over the implied consent form and agreed to give a blood sample to determine the level of marihuana in his system. After the blood was drawn he was turned over the Sheriffs Department for processing. Upon running a check with Mr. Young’s criminal history it was determined that he had no previous arrest for Driving Under the Influence.

Received toxicology report from NMS labs.

11-Hydroxy Delta-9 THC 1.7 Legal Limit 1.0
Delta-9 Carboxy THC 38 Legal Limit 5.0
Delta-9 THC 5.2 Legal Limit .50

 

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Martinez

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Your Affiant is Patrolman Dean Bortner of the Newberry Township Police Department. On 02/18/2017, I was on duty, in issued uniform, operating a marked patrol vehicle.

At approximately 2112 hours, I was traveling south on York Haven Rd., at Fallsview Ave., behind a black BMW. I observed the BMW exit its lane of travel and swerve over the double yellow line multiple times. I activated my emergency lights and siren to stop the vehicle at York Haven Rd., and Conewago Ave. The black BMW was bearing Pennsylvania registration KGY4360.

Upon contact with the operator, I immediately detected a strong odor of burnt marijuana coming from inside of the vehicle. The operator was identified as Tyler Martinez, by Pennsylvania drivers license. I asked Mr. Martinez what he was under the influence of and he stated marijuana. I asked when the last time he smoked marijuana was and he stated 30 to 45 minutes ago. At this point I requested he submit to field sobriety testing. Before testing was administered, Mr. Martinez informed Officers of drug paraphernalia inside of the vehicle. Officers then found two water bongs, one bowl, one grinder, and a jar with marijuana inside of it.

Field sobriety tests were administered which yielded clues of drug impairment, which rendered him incapable of safely operating a motor vehicle. He was placed under arrest for DUI.

I transported Mr. Martinez to York Central Booking, where I read the DL-26 implied consent form verbatim to Mr. Martinez. Mr. Martinez agreed to submit to a chemical test of blood. At 2259 hours, Phlebotomist Lisa Hall, withdrew two tubes of blood from Mr. Martinez’s right arm. Tubes were sealed in our presence to be sent to NMS labs for analysis.

Received toxicology report from NMS labs, which revealed Tyler Martinez had 5.0 ng/mL of Delta-9 Carboxy THC and 0.58 ng/mL Delta-9 THC at the time of testing.

 

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Reid

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Your Affiant is Patrolman Dean Bortner of the Newberry Township Police Department. On 03/22/2017, I was on duty, in issued uniform, operating a marked patrol unit.

At approximately 2200 hours, this Officer was traveling east on York Haven Rd., behind a white Infiniti. While traveling on York Haven Rd., I observed the Infiniti swerve onto and over the fog line four different times. I activated my emergency lights and siren to stop the vehicle at York Haven Rd., and Cly Rd. The Infiniti did not have a license plate displayed.

Upon contact with the operator, I immediately noticed that his eyes were blood shot. The operator was identified by Oregon drivers license as Cody Reid. While speaking with Mr. Reid his movements were very slow and lethargic. I questioned him about alcohol consumption and he stated that he had not drank anything. I questioned him on when the last time he smoked marijuana was and he stated 2 hours ago. He stated that he smoked a water bong by himself and took 2 hits. At this point he was directed from the vehicle to perform field sobriety tests.

Field sobriety tests were administered which yielded clues of drug impairment, which rendered him incapable of safely operating a motor vehicle. He was placed under arrest for DUI.

I transported Mr. Reid to York Central Booking, where I read the DL-26 implied consent form verbatim to Mr. Reid. Mr. Reid agreed to submit to a chemical test of blood. At 2320 hours Phlebotomist Jalyssa Caban, withdrew two tubes of blood from Mr. Reids right arm. Tubes were sealed in our presence to be sent to NMS labs for analysis.

Cody Reid is an out of state operator and resides in the state of Oregon.

 

 

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Smith, Blaine

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Your Affiant is Patrolman Taylor Nauman of the Newberry Township Police. On 03/18/2017, I was on duty, in issued uniform, operating a marked patrol unit.

At approximately 0115hrs, police were notified by Penn Dot Staff that a vehicle was on its side in the area of Valley Rd., and Pines Rd. Police arrived on scene and the operator Blaine Smith was outside of the vehicle. Blaine Smith was identified by PA drivers license 29530676. The photo matched the driver. Mr. Smith advised police that he was coming from the Falls Hotel Bar when he hit a snow bank and flipped the vehicle.

While I was speaking with Mr. Smith I immediately detected the odor of alcohol coming Mr. Smith’s breath and person. I then asked Mr. Smith how much he has had to drink tonight, to which he admitted to consuming five alcoholic beverages. I then asked Mr. Smith to submit to Field Sobriety Test which he agreed. Field Sobriety Tests were administered which yielded clues of impairment.

Based upon Mr. Smith’s driving behavior and field coordination tests, I came to the belief that he had imbibed in a quantity of alcoholic beverages which rendered him incapable of safely operating a motor vehicle. He was placed under arrest for DUI.

Mr. Smith was transported to York Central Booking where I read the DL-26 chemical test warnings verbatim. Mr. Smith agreed to submit to chemical testing. At 0220hrs, Phlebotomist Jalyssa Caban, withdrew two tubes of blood from Mr. Smith’s left arm. Tubes of blood were sealed in our presence to be sent to NMS Labs for analysis.

Criminal history check revealed a prior DUI arrest in December 2015. The vehicle also had an expired inspection of 01/2017

 

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Houseknecht

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Your Affiant is Officer Taylor Nauman of the Newberry Township Police Department. On 03/18/2017, I was on duty, in issued uniform, operating a marked patrol unit.

At approximately 2007hrs, police were dispatched for a hit and run that occurred at 315 W Front st in Newberry Township. The complaint advised that a red truck hit her parked jeep and left the area. The complaint advised the truck will have damage on the drivers side.

At approximately 2018hrs, this officer located a red truck in the parking lot of Allen’s eatery with damage on the driver’s side of the vehicle. I made contact with Hilbert Houseknecht who was standing outside the vehicle when I pulled in. Hilbert Houseknecht was identified by PA driver’s license 18856708. The photo matched the driver. While speaking with Mr. Houseknecht he advised me that he was traveling on W Front st and he may have hit a vehicle with his truck but was not sure. Mr. Houseknecht admitted to consuming between six or eight alcoholic beverages. While speaking with Mr. Houseknecht I immediately detected the odor of alcohol coming from his breath and person.

At this point I asked Mr. Houseknecht to submit to field sobriety tests, which he agreed. While I was conducting field sobriety tests Mr. Houseknecht stated “I know I am over the limit and your going to take me.” Field sobriety tests were administered which yielded clues of impairment. A PBT was administered which detected the presence of alcohol.

It was at this time I came to the belief that Mr. Houseknecht had imbibed in a quantity of alcoholic beverages which rendered him incapable of safely operating a motor vehicle. He was placed under arrest for DUI.

Mr. Houseknecht was transported to York Central Booking where I read DL-26 chemical test warnings verbatim. Mr. Houseknecht agreed to submit to chemical testing. At 2119hrs, Phlebotomist Jalyssa Caban, withdrew two tubes of blood from Mr. Houseknecht’s left arm. Tubes of blood were sealed in our presence to be sent to NMS Labs for analysis.

Driver’s history check revealed a prior DUI arrest in June of 2012.

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Selander

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Your affiant is a sworn officer employed by the Newberry Township Police Department and is currently assigned to the patrol division as a patrol officer

(2) On February 24 2017 at approximately 1330 hours this officer observed a vehicle traveling eastbound on Old Trail Rd at Pines Rd. The vehicle’s inspection appeared to be expired with a 2016 sticker displayed. After passing the vehicle, I turned my patrol unit around in an attempt to conduct a traffic stop. The vehicle turned left onto Pines Rd. and proceeded a short distance until making a left turn onto Maple Hill Dr. Prior to the intersection of Hillside Ln., I activated my emergency lights. The vehicle, identified as a white Pontiac G6 (PA JTW-4412). pulled to the right side of the roadway prior to Hillside Ln.

(2) After notifying York County Communication of the traffic stop, I approached the driver side of the vehicle and observed a white male driver. I identified myself and explained to the driver that he was being recorded by audio and visual means. I asked the male for his drivers license, proof of insurance and registration card. The male provided the paperwork and his Pennsylvania drivers license which identified him as David Elray Selander of 110 N York St., apartment A1, Etters, PA 17319.

(3) During this time, I observed that the male appeared very nervous due to his shaking hands and his tone of voice. Selander’s pupils were very constricted and both eyes were very red and glassy. I advised Selander that he was stopped due to an expired inspection which I observed as 2/16. I obtained Selander’s information and responded to my patrol vehicle. I then responded back to Selanders’s vehicle. I asked Selander if he had been consuming alcohol or if he had taken any illegal or prescription medications. Selander stated that he did not consume any medications or illegal drugs. He reported that he worked at Walmart overnight and did not sleep on this date. Selander stated that he turned onto Maple Hill Dr. to travel to Walmart. I advised Selander that he could not travel to Walmart by using Maple Hill Dr. Selander stated that he thought the roadway was connected to the road at Walmart.

(4) I then requested Selander to exit the vehicle to perform several field sobriety tests. Selander was reluctant to exit the vehicle and started to manipulate his right hand around his right jean pocket. During this time, I observed a gray or silver device that had the appearance of a pen or a marker fall out of his right pocket between the driver seat and center console. I asked Selander if he had any weapons on his person. He replied no and was searched. No weapons were found on his person. I walked with Selander approximately twenty feet to Hillside Ln. which was a level surface. I then moved my patrol vehicle to Hillside Ln. to obtain the video recording. I again reminded Selander that he was being recorded by audio and visual means. Selander did not have glasses and stated that he was not wearing contact lenses. He reported to this officer that he did not have any physical problems that would prevent him from performing the tests. The tests provided yielded clues of impairment to include lack of balance and failure to complete the tests as instructed and demonstrated. Selander was placed under arrest for DUI.
A preliminary breath test was provided to Selander. The result of the PBT reading was .000%

I searched Selander and located a cellular phone in his right front pocket. Due to having difficulty, Selander was permitted to remove the items from his left pocket. Selander removed a clear baggie that contained a white substance. Also removed from the left pocket was a small amount of a metal fabric and a lighter. Selander reported that the white substance is crack cocaine. He reported that he used the metal fabric as a filter for smoking. The items were secured and placed into unit-45. He was then placed into unit-45. Selander gave permission to this officer to have his vehicle searched. While conducting a search of the interior, I located two small clear baggies that contained a white substance and a pen sized, silver metal pipe that contained burnt residue on one end. These items were packaged and placed into unit-45.

Sgt. Ditty arrived on scene to assist this officer. While in the rear of unit-45, Sgt. Ditty provided Selander his Miranda Rights. I was present with Sgt. Ditty while he questioned Selander. He admitted to smoking crack cocaine on this date at approximately 0300 hours. Selander also admitted that he smoked marijuana the previous date.
At 1426 hrs. Selander was transported to York Memorial Hospital where he consented to a blood draw, (1442 hrs. arrived at Memorial). I read the DL-26 Implied Consent for to Selander. He agreed to the blood draw and signed the form. At 1450 hrs, I witnessed Heather Smith draw blood from the right arm of Selander and package the sample to be sent to NMS Labs for analysis. Selander was then transported to the York County Booking Center for processing.
The white granular substance was field tested at NTPD. The test yielded positive signs for cocaine. The contents were packaged and placed into evidence on 02-24-17. PSP lab sheet completed for analysis.

On March 6 2017 this officer received the Toxicology report from NMS Labs. The report was completed and signed by Edward J. Barbieri, Ph.D. Forensic Toxicologist on March 6 2017 at 1218 hours. The blood results reflected that David Elray Selander’s blood contained 11-Hydroxy Delta-9 THC 1.4 ng/mL, Delta-9 Carboxy THC 70 ng/mL, Delta-9 THC 7.8 ng/mL, Cocaine 69 ng/mL, Benzoylecgonine 2400 ng/mL

 

 

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Carleton

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Your Affiant is Patrolman Dean Bortner of the Newberry Township Police Department. On 02/17/2017, I was on duty, in issued uniform, operating a marked patrol unit.

At approximately 2345 hours, this Officer was traveling south on Pines Rd., following two vehicles. The lead vehicle was a red suv traveling at an approximate speed of 30 mph., in a clearly posted 40 mph. I observed the red suv swerve over the double yellow line and the fog line multiple times. As we were approaching Pines Rd., and Valley Rd., I observed the red suv’s left brake light was out. The red suv made a right onto Kister St., and I attempted to pull the vehicle over in front of the Goldsboro Post Office. The vehicle continued to drive approximately 500 feet and then stopped. The red suv was bearing PA registration JFX2623.

I then approached the vehicle on the driver side and could immediately smell an odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from the vehicle. The operator was identified as Stephanie Carleton by PA drivers license. While speaking with Ms. Carleton, I noticed her eyes were red and glassy. I then asked where she was coming from and she stated the VFW. I asked Ms. Carleton how much she had to drink this evening and she stated two drinks. Field sobriety tests were administered which yielded clues of impairment. A PBT was issued to Ms. Carleton, in which it read .089%.

At this point I came to the belief that Ms. Carleton imbibed in a quantity of alcoholic beverage which rendered her incapable of safely operating a motor vehicle. She was placed under arrest for DUI.

I transported Ms. Carleton to York Central Booking, where I read the DL-26 implied consent form verbatim to Ms. Carleton where she agreed to submit to a chemical test of blood. On 02/18/217 at 0053 hours, Phlebotomist Jalyssa Caban, withdrew two tubes of blood from Ms. Carleton’s left arm. Tubes were sealed in our presence to be sent to NMS labs for analysis.

Received toxicology report from NMS labs, which revealed Ms. Carleton had a BAC of .097% at the time of the testing.

 

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Wentz

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Your Affiant is Patrolman Taylor Nauman of the Newberry Township Police Department. On 02/16/2017, I was on duty, in issued uniform, operating a marked patrol vehicle.

At approximately 2235hrs., this Officer was traveling north on Valley Road., in the area of Yocumtown Road., traveling behind a gold Chevy Trailblazer bearing PA registration JPT-7549. I observed the vehicle exit the lane of travel, and cross onto and over the white fog line three different times while traveling on Valley Road. It was at this point, I initiated my emergency lights and siren where the vehicle came to stop at Valley Road and Ceejay Drive.

I made contact with the operator who was identified as Benjamin Wentz, by PA driver’s license 29642300. The photo matched the driver. Mr. Wentz’s girlfriend was also in the vehicle Stephanie Bryan(21yrs). While speaking with Mr. Wentz he advised they were coming from Goldsborough and were headed to work at Fed Ex. I then stated so no drinking tonight? Which Mr. Wentz stated no just headed in, I just woke up. While speaking with Mr. Wentz I observed his red blood shot eyes, also seemed extremely nervous. I followed up by asking Mr. Wentz if he had smoked weed in the last twenty four hours and to be honest. Mr. Wentz then admitted he smoked a bowl around 5pm when he woke up and then fell back asleep.

A short time later, I returned to the vehicle and requested Mr. Wentz take part in Standardized Field Sobriety tests. While Mr.Wentz was exiting the vehicle I asked if there were any drugs in the car. It was at this time Mr. Wentz stated yes and the passenger retrieved a bag of marijuana along with drug paraphernalia in the form of a pipe from the gloved box.

Field sobriety tests were administered which yielded clues of drug impairment, which rendered him incapable of safely operating a motor vehicle. Bejamin Wentz was placed under arrest for DUI.

I transported Mr. Wentz to York Central Booking, where I read the DL-26 implied consent form verbatim to Mr. Wentz. Mr. Wentz agreed to submit to a chemical test of blood. At 2343 hours Phlebotomist Jalyssa Caban, withdrew two tubes of blood from Mr. Wentz left arm. Tubes were sealed in our presence to be sent to NMS labs for analysis.

Received toxicology report from NMS labs, which revealed Benjamin Wentz had 2.7 ng/Ml of 11-Hydroxy Delta-9 THC, 79 ng/mL of Delta-9 Carboxy THC, and 7.2 ng/mL Delta-9 THC at the time of testing.

 

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Bokesh

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Your Affiant is Patrolman Taylor Nauman of the Newberry Township Police Department. On 02/18/2017, I was on duty, in issued uniform, operating a marked patrol unit.

At approximately 0216hrs, this Officer was traveling east on York Haven Road, specifically the 400 block. When I noticed a black sedan traveling west on York Haven Road, with it’s passenger’s side headlight out. I turned around and started traveling west on York Haven road to catch up to the vehicle. When I did, the vehicle was a black Chevrolet sedan bearing PA registration KCZ-2440. The vehicle was turning left and began traveling south on Cly Road. After following the vehicle for a short time I initiated my lights and siren to conduct a traffic stop in the 1800 block of Cly Road.

I made contact with three occupants inside the vehicle. The operator was identified as Curtis Bokesh by PA driver’s license 31097250. The other two occupants were an adult male age 28 years old and an adult female 20 years of age. While making contact with the vehicle I immediately detected the odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from inside the window. While talking to Mr. Bokesh he admitted to having about three twisted teas. As I continued to speak with Mr. Bokesh I asked him again how much alcohol he has consumed, to which Mr. Bokesh stated about five twisted teas.

I then asked Mr. Bokesh to submit to field sobriety tests which he agreed. Field sobriety tests were administered which yielded clues of impairment.

At this point I came to the belief that Mr. Bokesh imbibed in a quantity of alcoholic beverages which rendered him incapable of safely operating a motor vehicle. He was placed under arrest for DUI.

I transported Mr. Bokesh to York Central Booking, where I read the DL-26 implied consent form verbatim to Mr. Bokesh where he agreed to submit to a chemical test of blood. At 0313hrs, on 02/18/2017, Phlebotomist Jalyssa Caban, withdrew two tubes of blood from Mr Bokesh left arm. Tubes of blood were sealed in our presence to be sent to NMS labs for analysis.

Received toxicology report from NMS labs, which revealed Mr. Bokesh had a BAC of .082% and Delta-9 Carboxy THC at a level of 17ng/mL and Delta-9 THC at a level of 1.1ng/mL at the time of testing.

 

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Frady

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Patrolman Dean Bortner of the Newberry Township Police Department. On 02/21/2017, I was on duty, in issued uniform, operating a marked patrol unit.

At approximately 2355 hours, this Officer was traveling east on York Haven Rd., at Whisler Rd. I was behind a white acura when I observed the white acura swerve over the fog line almost hitting a mail box. The white acura continued to swerve over the double yellow line and the fog line while traveling down York Haven Rd. I initiated my emergency lights and siren at Pleasant Grove Rd., and Si Rode Ln., but the white acura continued to travel on Pleasant Grove Rd. The white acura traveled for approximately 500 feet and pulled into the drive way of 1070 Pleasant Grove Rd. The white acura was bearing PA registration JFE0421.

I then approached the vehicle on the driver side and could immediately smell an odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from the vehicle. The operator was identified as Nanette Frady by PA drivers license. While speaking with Ms. Frady, I noticed that her eyes were red and glassy. I asked Ms. Frady where she was coming from and she stated the VFW. I asked Ms. Frady how much she had to drink and she stated that she could not remember. I asked her what she was drinking and she stated cranberry and vodka. Field sobriety tests were administered which yielded clues of impairment. A PBT was issued to Ms. Frady, in which it read .180%.

At this point I came to the belief that Ms. Frady imbibed in a quantity of alcoholic beverage which rendered her incapable of safely operating a motor vehicle. She was placed under arrest for DUI.

I transported Ms. Frady to York Central Booking, where I read the DL-26 implied consent form verbatim to Ms. Frady where she agreed to submit to a chemical test of blood. On 2/22/2017 at 0102 hours, Phlebotomist Jalyssa Caban, withdrew two tubes of blood from Ms. Frady’s left hand. Tubes were sealed in our presence to be sent to NMS labs for analysis.

Received toxicology report from NMS labs, which revealed Ms. Frady had a BAC of .175% at the time of testing.

 

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Shaver

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

On 02-15-2017 at around 2100 hours I was on scene for an active EMS call at 980 Cly Road. While in the driveway of 980 Cly Road, I observed a vehicle traveling north west on Cly Road at a high rate of speed. As I was standing along the roadway the vehicle passed by me, I observed this vehicle to be covered in mud. I was not able to see inside of the vehicle due to the mud on the windows. Upon catching up to this vehicle I also observed the wheels to be sticking outside of the wheel well. I then initiated a traffic stop in the parking lot of Antonio’s Pizza in Goldsboro, at the corner of Cly Road and Water Street. This vehicle was an older Jeep bearing PA registration KDR0954. This vehicle was registered to Joshua Shaver.

Upon making contact with the driver of the vehicle, he was identified as Joshua Shaver, by his Pennsylvania driver’s license. Shaver was a single occupant in the vehicle. Shaver had a difficult time finding the documents I had requested. I could also detect an odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from the inside of the vehicle. Upon asking Shaver, he admitted to having three beers on this night. He advised he was coming from the Fall’s Hotel, a bar located on Cly Road. While speaking with Shaver I noticed his speech was slurred, also his eyes were blood shot and glassy. I then had Shaver step out of the vehicle so I could perform field sobriety tests on him. During field sobriety, Shaver showed multiple signs of impairment.

Shaver was then arrested for DUI. Handcuffs were placed behind his back, double locked and checked for tightness. Shaver was placed in the rear of patrol car 44. Shaver was then transported to the York County Booking Center. Once at the booking center, Shaver was escorted into the blood draw room. Shaver was read a revised DL-26 form, this conversation was recorded and available for future reference. Shaver consented to a blood draw. At 2203 hours Jalyssa Caban, a vascular access tech, drew blood from Shaver’s arm. Two tubes of blood were drawn in my presence. This blood was boxed and sealed which will be sent to NMS Labs for testing.

On 02/27/2017 I received the blood results from NMS Labs for Joshua Shaver. This blood was tested by Donna Papsun, a forensic toxicologist, at NMS Labs. At the time of the blood draw, Shaver had the following compounds in his system:

Ethanol – 106 mg
BAC – 0.106 g
Delta-9 Carboxy THC 36 ng
Delta-9 THC 2.9 ng
Benzoylecgonine 99 ng

Based upon the above information which I believe is true and correct, I respectfully request that Joshua Shaver answer to the charges I have brought.

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Schaffer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

On 01/22/2017 I was working patrol in full uniform and in marked patrol unit number fourty-four. At 1822 hours I was dispatched to Rutter’s 2215 Old Trail Rd. for a male that is passing out behind the wheel of his vehicle.

Upon arrival I was waived down by the complaint, Janette Loudon, who advised me the male was still in his vehicle passing out. I pulled up behind a maroon Pontiac Torrent bearing PA registration JSP5155. The Pontiac was running and had its rear lights on. The Pontiac was parked so that the two driver’s side tires were over the parking spot line and in the other parking spot.

I approached the Pontiac on the driver’s side and saw a white male in the driver’s seat. I noticed the male’s eyes started to close and then fully shut like he had fallen asleep. I knocked on the window and the male jumped and stated I had scared him. I advised the male who I was and that everything was being recorded. I asked the male for his driver’s license to which he provided it to me. The male was identified as Jacob H. Schaffer by his PA driver’s license photo (28398636). While speaking with Mr. Schaffer I noticed he was sweating profusely and had blood shot eyes. I asked Mr. Schaffer if he had anything to drink tonight and he advised he did not. I then asked Mr. Schaffer if he did any drugs and he advised he did not. I was then advised by Sgt. Bosco there was marijuana in the front passenger seat of the Pontiac. I then asked Mr. Schaffer again if he smoked any marijuana and he advised yes he did, about an hour or two ago. I then had Mr. Schaffer get out of the Pontiac but before he did so he turned off the Pontiac and threw the keys on the dashboard. I asked Mr. Schaffer if he would do field sobriety tests for me and he advised he would.

I then had Mr. Schaffer perform field sobriety tests. During the field sobriety tests Mr. Schaffer continued to say he had only smoked marijuana. While Mr. Schaffer was completing field sobriety tests he had body tremors. Mr. Schaffer showed signs of being highly impaired and incapable of operating a motor vehicle safely. I then had Mr. Schaffer put his hands behind his back and advised him he was under arrest for DUI. I then put Mr. Schaffer in the rear passenger side of my vehicle number fourty-four (44).

At 1846 hours I transported Mr. Schaffer to Memorial hospital. At 1900 hours I arrived at Memorial Hospital. I read the DL-26 form to Mr. Schaffer and asked him to submit to chemical testing. Mr. Schaffer advised he would submit to chemical testing. Phlebotmist Michelle Wheeler drew two vials of Mr. Schaffer’s blood from his right arm at 1921 hours.

NMS Lab results.

Clonazepam 44+-10 ng/mL 001-Blood
7-Amino Clonazepam 61+-14 ng/mL 001-Blood
11- Hydroxy Delta-9 THC 3.5+-0.9 ng/mL 001- Blood
Delta- 9 Carboxy THC 160+-30 ng/mL 001- Blood
Delta- 9 THC 5.6+-1.2 ng/mL 001- Blood
Methadone 360+-80 ng/mL 001- Blood
EDDP 54+-12 ng/mL 001- Blood

 

 

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Zegarelli

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ON 01/30/17 AT APPROX. 1956 HOURS, THIS OFFICER CONDUCTED A TRAFFIC STOP, IN THE AREA OF APPROX. 1910 OLD TRAIL ROAD-ETTERS, PA, ON A RED 2013 CHEVROLET SPARK LS SEDAN, BEARING PA REG# GPJ-3301 AND OCCUPIED BY THE DRIVER, CHRISTOPHER ZEGARELLI OF MECHANICSBURG, PA, AND FEMALE PASSENGER/VEHICLE OWNER, DIXIE MCKINNEY, ALSO OF MECHANICSBURG, PA.

THIS OFFICER WAS IN TRAFFIC BEHIND THE RED CHEVROLET SPARK SEDAN, WITH ANOTHER VEHICLE IN BETWEEN, AND OBSERVED THE RED SPARK SEDAN BEING OPERATED EASTBOUND ON LEWISBERRY ROAD, WITHIN THE 2700 BLOCK OF LEWISBERRY ROAD TO OLD TRAIL ROAD, AT AN UNUSUALLY SLOWER RATE OF SPEED THAN OTHER TRAFFIC, (APPROX. 30 MPH OR LESS IN A POSTED 55 MPH, ZONE REDUCED TO A POSTED 35 MPH ZONE JUST PRIOR TO THE INTERSECTION WITH OLD TRAIL ROAD).

THEN, UPON APPROACHING THE INTERSECTION WITH OLD TRAIL ROAD, (WESTBOUND), THIS OFFICER OBSERVED THE RED SPARK SEDAN BRIEFLY STOP IN THE EASTBOUND TRAVEL LANE, WITH NO ONCOMING TRAFFIC OBSERVED, ACTIVATE THE LEFT TURN SIGNAL AND THEN PROCEED TO INITIATE A LEFT TURN IN A SLOW AND HESITANT MANNER, FOLLOWING WHICH THE UNKNOWN VEHICLE IN TRANSIT BETWEEN THE POLICE VEHICLE AND SUBJECT VEHICLE CONTINUED EASTBOUND PAST THE SUBJECT RED CHEVROLET SPARK SEDAN.

THIS OFFICER THEN OBSERVED THE SUBJECT RED SPARK SEDAN ABRUPTLY STOP AT THE ENTRANCE TO OLD TRAIL ROAD WHILE REMAINING PARTIALLY IN THE WESTBOUND TRAVEL LANE OF LEWISBERRY ROAD AND, UPON APPROACH OF THIS OFFICER TO TURN LEFT ONTO OLD TRAIL ROAD AS WELL, THE RED SPARK SEDAN SLOWLY COMPLETED THE LEFT TURN ONTO OLD TRAIL ROAD.

THIS OFFICER BRIEFLY FOLLOWED THE RED SPARK SEDAN AND THEN ACTIVATED MARKED PATROL UNIT# 44 EMERGENCY LIGHTS, INITIATING A TRAFFIC STOP IN THE 1900 BLOCK OF OLD TRAIL ROAD ACROSS FROM THE ENTRANCE TO THE NEWBERRY TOWNSHIP POLICE DEPARTMENT.

THIS OFFICER OBSERVED TWO(2) OCCUPANTS, THE DRIVER, IDENTIFIED AS CHRISTOPHER ZEGARELLI OF MECHANICSBURG, PA AND A FEMALE PASSENGER, LATER IDENTIFIED AS ZEGARELLI’S GIRLFRIEND, DIXIE MCKINNEY, ALSO OF MECHANICSBURG, PA.

THIS OFFICER ADVISED ZEGARELLI OF THE REASON FOR THE TRAFFIC STOP AND INQUIRED IF ZEGARELLI’S DRIVING BEHAVIOR AND IF HE HAD BEEN DRINKING THIS EVENING.

ZEGARELLI STATED THAT HE HAD NOT BEEN DRINKING, THAT HE WAS ENROUTE TO WALMART IN ETTERS, PA, WAS NOT FAMILIAR WITH THE AREA.

THIS OFFICER THEN INQUIRED WITH ZEGARELLI IF HE HAD BEEN USING ANY DRUGS THIS DATE. ZEGARELLI ADVISED THAT THE ONLY DRUG USED WAS PRESCRIPTION MEDICATION TAKEN FOR BIPOLAR DISORDER, (LATER IDENTIFIED AS LITHIUM), WHICH HE HAD TAKEN EARLIER THIS DATE.

THIS OFFICER OBSERVED ZEGARELLI HAVING DIFFICULTY LOCATING HIS PA DRIVER’S LICENSE IN HIS WALLET, ALTHOUGH IT WAS CLEARLY VISIBLE IN A CREDIT CARD SLOT OF HIS WALLET.

ALSO, DURING THIS TIME, ZEGARELLI MADE LITTLE OR NO EYE CONTACT WITH THIS OFFICER, BUT HIS EYES APPEARED GLASSY AND BLOODSHOT WHEN VISIBLE.

SGT. FARREN ARRIVED ON SCENE SOON THEREAFTER, FOLLOWING WHICH THIS OFFICER REQUESTED ZEGARELLI SUBMIT TO STANDARD FIELD SOBRIETY TESTING, HE AGREED TO SAME AND TESTS INDICATED SEVERAL CLUES OF IMPAIRMENT AND INCAPABLE OF SAFE DRIVING.

ZEGARELLI WAS THEN ASKED IF HE WAS WILLING TO SUBMIT TO A D.R.E. EVALUATION AS A MEANS OF FURTHER ASSESSMENT AND HE AGREED TO SAME.

A D.R.E. EVALUATION WAS THEN PERFORMED AT THE NEWBERRY TOWNSHIP POLICE DEPARTMENT BY N.T.P.D. SGT. BRAXTON DITTY AND THE RESULTS INDICATED FURTHER CLUES OF IMPAIRMENT.

ZEGARELLI WAS THEN PLACED UNDER ARREST FOR DUI AND THIS OFFICER REQUESTED HE SUBMIT TO A CHEMICAL TEST OF BLOOD. ZEGARELLI AGREED TO THE BLOOD TEST AND WAS TRANSPORTED TO MEMORIAL HOSPITAL FOR SAME.

THIS OFFICER ARRIVED AT MEMORIAL HOSPITAL AT APPROX. 2237 HOURS, READ THE DL-26 IMPLIED CONSENT FORM VERBATIM TO ZEGARELLI AT APPROX. 2245 HOURS, AND ZEGARELLI SIGNED THE DL-26 FORM, FOLLOWING WHICH BLOOD WAS DRAWN BY VASCULAR ACCESS TECHNICIAN JENNIFER REMBOWSKI AT APPROX. 2251 HOURS.

THIS OFFICER CLEARED MEMORIAL HOSPITAL AT APPROX. 2307 HOURS AND TRANSPORTED ZEGARELLI TO THE YORK COUNTY CENTRAL BOOKING CENTER FOR PROCESS AND RELEASE.

ON 02/26/17, THE NMS LABS TOXICOLOGY REPORT FOR CHRISTOPHER ZEGARELLI WAS RECEIVED AT N.T.P.D. AND THE RESULTS INDICATED THE PRESENCE OF 0.31 mEq/L OF LITHIUM DETECTED AND A REPORT LIMIT OF 0.036.

THEREFORE, BASED ON THE AFOREMENTIONED INFORMATION WHICH THIS OFFICER BELIEVES TO BE TRUE AND CORRECT TO THE BEST OF HIS KNOWLEDGE, IT IS HEREBY REQUESTED THAT A SUMMONS BE ISSUED TO CHRISTOPHER ZEGARELLI TO ANSWER TO THE CHARGES OF:
DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE (75/3802(d)(2)) – M

CARELESS DRIVING (75/3714(a)) – S

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