April 2017 DUI Arrests
On 04/21/17 at approx 2230 hrs this officer was on duty in full uniform, driving an unmarked patrol unit. I was traveling on Yocumtown Rd when I observed a vehicle driving with no head lights on. The vehicle did have its fog lights on. The vehicle made a right hand turn onto Valley Green Rd and then a left onto Juniper Dr. I activated my emergency lights and the vehicle failed to stop. I activated my emergency siren as well and the vehicle continued driving pulling into the driveway at 320 Juniper Dr. As soon as the driver pulled into the driveway he exited the vehicle and attempted to go into the residence. The vehicle was a Blue Toyota PA registration JDL 3747. Time of stop 2234hrs.
The driver had a strong odor of alcohol coming from his breath and person. The driver was patted down the result being negative for weapons. The driver advised that he had 3 beers and a double Jack at Two Brothers. He was unsteady on his feet and had glassy bloodshot eyes. He was asked to submit to some field coordination test. He agreed. THe test indicated that he was under the influence and incapable of safe driving. Also administered was a PBT and he blew a 0.141%.
At this time he was advised that he was under arrest for DUI. He was placed in restraints which were double locked after ensure a proper fit. He was then searched the result being negative for contraband. The driver was asked where his identification was and he advised that it was in the vehicle and PD could retrieve it. In the vehicle was a PA drivers licenses # 157133383 issued to a David R Drayer, the photo matched the driver.
At 2257 hours Mr. Drayer was transported to the booking center. At 2315 hours I arrived at the booking center where I read Mr. Drayer the DL-26 form. I asked M. Drayer if he was willing to submit to chemical testing. Mr. Drayer advised he was. At 2327 hours Phlebotomist Jalyssa Caban drew two gray capped vials of Mr. Drayer’s blood from his right arm.
Mr. Drayer had a previous DUI in 2010, making him target 25.
On 04-02-17 at approximately 0449 hours I was dispatched by York County Control to a parked pick up truck in the middle of the road located at 1199 Conewago Ave. The complainant advised YCC that the truck had its dome light on and was unoccupied just sitting in the middle of the road.
Upon arrival I observed the truck parked in the middle of the road. I arrived to the location and was facing the vehicle. While approaching, while still in my patrol car, I observed that the vehicle was not unoccupied but rather had a subject unconscious sitting in the driver’s seat of the truck. I advised YCC of this information and pulled in behind the vehicle activating my overhead emergency lights. The truck was a black Ford F-150 bearing PA registration ZKB-7933.
Upon approaching the truck I observed the truck to be in park but running with the keys in the ignition. I opened the door and attempted to wake up the subject. I was unsuccessful at first so I carefully turned the truck off and removed the keys from the ignition. I then turned my attention to the subject sitting unconscious in the driver’s seat of the truck. I tried yelling for him to wake up but saw that he was not responding to me asking for him to wake up. I could see that he was breathing and I touched his neck feeling for a pulse. While doing this I observed the subject to open his eyes slightly and reach for his mouth as if he was trying to remove a cigarette from his mouth. The subject then closed his eyes and went right back to sleep.
It should be noted that while making contact with the subject and trying to get him to wake up I could smell an overwhelming odor of marijuana emanating from within the vehicle. The subject then briefly opened his eyes and so I started to ask him if he was okay and what his name was. The subject then closed his eyes again going back to sleep. I then put my gloves on and began to shake the subject to wake him up. While attempting to wake the subject he began to mumble something about shaking him and a .40. I repeated what he had stated to me a loud and asked him what he meant. I mumbled about him grabbing a .40 since I was shaking him like that. I then raised my voice and advised him to get out of the truck while grabbing ahold of his left arm. I began to pull him out of the truck and swung him around to the bed of his truck. I placed his left arm behind his back and asked him if he had a gun on him. He advised that he did not have a gun on him. I then asked him what his name was and he advised that it was Kyle Lightcap.
I patted Lightcap down for weapons and did not feel any on his person. I then released Lightcap from my grip so that he and I could face each other and talk. I then questioned Lightcap about where he was coming from. Lightcap advised he was just down the road having a good time. I asked if he meant the Conewago Inn, a bar located up the street. Lightcap advised that he was not just there drinking. Lightcap then asked to shut his truck door because it was beeping from the lights being on, with the truck now turned off and the door open. I advised Lightcap that he could shut the door. He did same and then came back to the rear of his truck bed where I asked him to go. Once there Lightcap advised that he was at the Conewago Inn drinking but wasn’t drinking and driving. At this point I advised Lightcap to place his hands behind his back. Lightcap did same.
Lightcap was then transported to Memorial Hospital. Once at Memorial Hospital I read the DL-26 form to Lightcap verbatum. Lightcap advised that he would consent to give a sample of blood. Phlebotomist Lana Rauhauser drew blood from Lightcap’s arm at 0548 hours. I observed Rauhauser package the blood sample for NMS labs. NMS labs reports that Lightcap had a BAC of .126% as well as Delta-9 Carboxy THC at 18 ng/mL blood and Delta-9 THC at 2 ng/mL blood in his system at the time of the blood draw.
Your Affiant is Patrolman Taylor Nauman of the Newberry Township Police Department, On 04/15/2017, I was on duty, in issued uniform, operating a marked patrol vehicle.
At approximately 0116hrs, this Officer was traveling south on Cly road specifically the 1700blk behind a blue sedan. This Officer observed the vehicle make contact with the fog line and then swerve and cross over the double yellow line. At this point I initiated my lights and siren to conduct a traffic stop in the 1800 Blk of Cly road. The vehicle was a blue Mazda bearing PA registration KDC-2295.
I made contact with the operator Tamara Brillhart who was identified by PA Identification Card number 31134047. The photo matched the driver. I then asked Ms. Brillhart if she had a driver’s license, to which she stated it is suspended. I asked for what, and she advised DUI. I then asked how much she has had to drink tonight. At this point Ms. Brillhart admitted to consuming alcohol. While speaking with Ms. Brillhart I observed her having red blood shot eyes.
At this point I directed Ms. Brillhart from the vehicle to perform field coordination tests. Field coordination tests were administered which yielded signs of impairment. I then placed Ms. Brillhart under arrest for DUI.
Ms. Brillhart was transported to York Central Booking where I read the DL-2 form verbatim and asked her to submit to a chemical test of blood. Ms. Brillhart agreed to do so and at 0206hrs, on 04/15/2017, Phlebotomist Chelsea Talbot removed two tubes of blood from Ms. Brillhart’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 April of 2016. Driver history check revealed Ms. Brillhart’s operating privileges were currently suspended, DUI related.
Your Affiant is Patrolman Taylor Nauman of the Newberry Township Police Department. On 4/16/2017, I was on duty, in issued uniform, operating a marked patrol unit.
At approximately 0058hrs, this Officer was stationary at the traffic light at the corner of Pines Rd., and Old Trail Rd. I observed a black sedan enter into the intersection while the traffic light was a steady red light. I proceeded to follow the vehicle and observed the vehicle making contact with the fog line several times. At this point I initiated my lights and siren to conduct a traffic stop. The vehicle was a black Acura bearing PA registration KDC-9866.
I made contact with the operator who was later identified as Kristen Stumper by PA Identification card number 29772998. While speaking with Ms. Stumper I observed her being very sluggish in her movements along with red blood shot eyes. I asked Ms. Stumper where she was coming from she advised the Silver Lake Inn. While speaking with Ms. Stumper she admitted to consuming alcoholic beverages. At this point I directed her from the vehicle to perform field coordination tests. When Ms. Stumper exited the vehicle I detected the odor of alcohol coming from Ms. Stumper’s breath and person.
Field coordination tests were administered which yielded signs of impairment. Ms. Stumper had a difficult time maintaining balance and following simple instructions.
Based upon Ms. Stumper’s driving behavior and field coordination tests, I came to the belief that she had imbibed in a quantity of alcoholic beverages which rendered her incapable of safely operating a motor vehicle. Ms. Stumper was placed under arrest for DUI.
Ms. Stumper was transported to York Central Booking where I read the DL-26 form verbatim and asked Ms. Stumper to submit to a chemical test of blood. Ms. Stumper agreed to do so and at 0155hrs, Phlebotomist Jalyssa Caban, withdrew two tubes of blood from Ms. Stumper’s left arm. Tubes were sealed in our presence and sent to NMS labs for analysis.
Criminal history check revealed a prior DUI arrest in 07/2015. Driver history check revealed operating privileges were currently expired. Inspection check on scene revealed the vehicle has an expired inspection 2/2017.
Your Affiant is Patrolman Taylor Nauman of the Newberry Township Police. On 04/10/2017, I was on duty, in issued uniform, operating a marked patrol unit.
At approximately 2238hours, this Officer was traveling west on York Haven road when I observed a vehicle turn onto York Haven road in front of S&S beverage and began traveling east. This vehicle was a white sedan with a driver’s side headlight out. I followed the vehicle for a short time and then initiated my lights and siren to conduct a traffic stop on the vehicle. The vehicle was a white chevrolet sedan bearing PA registration JCP-3649.
I made contact with the operator who was later identified as Erin Filson by PA driver’s license 31006362. The photo matched the driver. Ms. Filson asked if the reason she was being stopped was because her headlight was out. I advised her yes and she apologized and stated she was going to get it fixed tomorrow. While speaking with Ms. Filson I observed red bloodshot eyes and was sluggish in her movements. Shortly after I made contact with Ms. Filson she admitted to smoking marijuana two hours prior to the traffic stop.
Field sobriety tests were administered which yielded clues of drug impairment. I then placed Ms. Filson under arrest for DUI.
I transported Ms. Filson to York Memorial Hospital, where I read the DL-26 implied consent form verbatim to Ms. Filson where she agreed to submit to a chemical test of blood. At 2345hours, Phlebotomist Jennifer Rembowski, withdrew two tubesof blood from Ms. Filson’s left arm. Tubes were sealed in our presence to be sent to NMS labs for analysis. I then transported Ms. Filson to York Central Booking. Once there I was informed that on 03/18/2017 Ms. Filson was arrested for DUI.
On April 2, 2017 at approx. 2155 hrs. York County Control dispatched the Newberry Twp. Police Dept. to Maple Donuts at the Newberry Commons for a report of Disorderly Subjects. The caller reported that there was a dark blue vehicle with four teenagers that were acting intoxicated and causing problems.
I arrived on scene at 2205 hrs. and observed a dark blue vehicle exiting the drive thru at the Maple Donuts. The driver stopped his vehicle and waited for me to pass and I waived him past. I proceeded to follow the vehicle out of the parking lot and southbound on Robinhood Dr. The vehicle was a 2008 Scion with four younger looking people inside. The Scion had Pennsylvania registration plate of JMZ3381. The Scion pulled into the McDonald’s parking lot and went into the drive thru area. I followed the vehicle around and waited for the vehicle to exit the drive thru. While waiting I attempted to call the complainant and ascertain the problems that the four people were causing, no answer from the complainant. When the Scion exited the drive thru it parked in a parking spot in front of McDonald’s. I engaged my emergency overhead lights and performed a traffic stop.
Upon approach of the driver I immediately observed a odor of Marihuana coming from the Scion. I requested from the driver his license and the vehicle information. I observed that the drivers movements were slow and lethargic. The driver seemed dazed and confused. The driver produced his drivers license, license number 31125368. The license belonged to a Cameron Trevon King. The photograph on the license matched the driver of the Scion. I requested and Mr. King exited the vehicle. I explained why I was stopping him and asked what problems had occurred at the Maple Donuts. Mr. King stated that they screwed up his order and he had to return several times to get the proper food. I observed that Mr. King had a very green tongue and had very relaxed inhibitions with slow speech patterns. Mr. King denied smoking any marihuana or having drank any alcohol. I asked if there was any marihuana in the vehicle and he denied having any. I then explained to Mr. King that I smelled the odor of marihuana and I would be searching the vehicle. At that point he admitted to having some marihuana in the vehicle. I again asked if he had been smoking and Marihuana and he admitted to smoking some earlier. I requested that he submit to the standardized field sobriety tests and he complied. During the course of the interview Mr. King had to be asked four times to keep his hands out of his pockets. The tests indicated many signs of impairment that made Mr. King incapable of safe driving. I requested that he submit to the Romberg Balance Test, he complied. Mr. King estimated the lapse of 30 seconds in 9 seconds. This demonstrated his impaired perception of time. During this test I observed a severe eye lid tremor. Mr. King was taken into custody without incident.
With Officer Tyson as back up I requested the three passengers step from the vehicle. I explained the situation to the passengers and all were cooperative in the investigation. The backseat passenger, behind the driver, Ms. Taylor Vanderslice, was cooperative. Upon my request she turned over a single cigarillo that was altered to possess marihuana, “Blunt”. She stated that she had smoked marihuana earlier this evening. The second back seat passenger, Mr. Antoine Jones, cooperated and was patted down. No contraband was found in his possession. The front seat passenger, Ms. Renae Emerick, was also cooperative. No contraband was found during the pat down. Upon searching the vehicle, a back pack was found on the front seat passenger side floor. I displayed the back pack to Ms. Emerick and she admitted to owning that property. Upon search the back pack the following was seized; a plastic baggie w/ marihuana pieces, a digital scale w/ marihuana pieces, a 200 ML bottle of Hennessy Cognac (half full), and a pack of cigarillos with two of the three cigars remaining. When Ms. Emerick was questions she admitted to smoking marihuana, owning the Hennessy, and being nineteen years old.
The Scion was secured and the passengers allowed to remove their personal items. The passengers denied a transport and stated that they would get a motel room at the Value Inn located next to McDonald’s. Mr. King was transported to Memorial Hospital. At the hospital he was read over the implied consent form and agreed to a blood draw to determine his level of marihuana consumption. After the blood was drawn Mr. King was transported to the York County Booking Center and turned over to the Sheriff’s Department for processing.
Upon returning to the police station a small amount of dried vegetation from the cigarillo was field tested and shown positive for being marihuana. The evidence was photographed and packaged as evidence.
On April 15, 2017 NTPD received the NMS lab toxicology report regarding Mr. Cameron Trevon King. At the time of his arrest he had the following in his blood.
11-Hydroxy Delta-9 THC 6.5ng/mL limit 1.0
Delta-9 Carboxy THC 120 limit 5.0
Delta-9 THC 16 limit 0.5
On 04-01-17 at approximately 0049 hours I was traveling southbound on Pines Rd. when I observed a vehicle in the distance travelling the same direction as me. I closed the gap between our two vehicles to better observe the driving behavior of the vehicle. Upon getting closer to the vehicle I observed it negotiate a curve. While negotiating this left hand curve I observed the vehicle cross the fog line and make a quick correction and then cross the double yellow line slowly correcting back into the correct lane of travel. I then activated my overhead lights and siren and initiated a traffic stop on a blue Honda Accord bearing PA registration KGD7596 in the parking lot of the Sunoco Gas Station located on Pines Rd.
Upon making contact with the driver of the vehicle I advised her for the reason of the stop and asked where she was coming from. The driver advised she was coming from the VFW. I asked the driver how much she had to drink tonight and she advised 2-3 beers. I then asked the driver for her license, registration and insurance cards. She provided same. The license identified her as Irene Halterman.
I then asked Halterman to step out of the vehicle to perform field sobriety tests. Halterman did same. The tests performed exhibited signs of impairment of Halterman.
Once the testing was completed I asked Halterman if she thought she should be driving a vehicle given the amount of alcohol that she drank tonight. Halterman advised she could get a ride and leave her vehicle parked at the gas station for the night. I advised Halterman that was not my question and she replied that with 3 beers yes she shouldn’t be driving.
At this point I placed Halterman into custody for suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol. I then transported Halterman to York Central Booking. Once there I read Halterman the DL-26 form verbatum. Halterman consented to giving a sample of blood. Phebotomist Jalyssa Caban drew blood from Halterman’s left arm at 0130 hours. The blood sample was packaged for NMS labs. NMS labs returned the results of the toxicology report which showed her as having a blood alcohol concentration of .112%, a level of Ephedrine at 2000 ng/mL blood, a level of Phenylpropanolamine at 67 ng/mL blood, a level of Delta-9 THC at 1.5 ng/mL blood and a level of Delta-9 Carboxy THC at less than 5 ng/mL blood.
(1) 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 April 8 2017 at approximately 0038 hours this officer was dispatched to Rutters 2215 Old Trail Rd for a report of a vehicle theft. The vehicle owner, Taylor Teal reported that her vehicle was stolen from Rutters property. The vehicle was identified as a white Volkswagen Jetta bearing Pennsylvania registration (PA JPE-5484 ).
(3) I arrived on scene at 0045 hours and made contact with a female who identified herself as Taylor Teal. Teal reported that she was driven to the Rutters store by her boyfriend Rodney Lehr. Teal indicated that she had driven to the Etters VFW earlier in the evening where she remained to have a couple of drinks. She stated that she contacted Lehr who was transported to the VFW by an unknown actor. Lehr then transported her to the Rutters store at her request. Teal stated that while in the store, an unknown actor entered her vehicle and left in an unknown direction. I then made contact with Lehr who was standing in the parking lot area near the outer area perimeter with two unknown females. Lehr advised this officer that he had driven Teal from the Etters VFW to the Rutters store on this date. While speaking with Lehr, this officer detected a strong odor of an intoxicating beverage coming from his breath. Lehr had bloodshot eyes and his speech was slurred. He reported that Teal’s vehicle disappeared from the parking lot after he pulled into a parking space at the front of the store. I checked the area of the Rutters store and located a white Volkswagen Jetta over the embankment of the Rutters store at exit-32 of I-83 north. The vehicle was checked and found to be unoccupied. The vehicle was facing south and had struck a chain link fence along the exit. Teal identified the Volkswagen as her vehicle. Lehr advised that when he parked the vehicle, he removed the ignition key. He then removed a set of keys from his right pants pocket. He indicated that the keys in his possession belonged to Teals Volkswagen Jetta.
(4) I entered the business and spoke with Rutters employee Patrick Klunk. I observed security video with Klunk. I observed Teal’s white Volkswagen Jetta enter the parking lot at 0007 hours and park at the front of the business. Teal was observed exiting the passenger side door and entering the business. Teal’s vehicle proceeded to move in reverse into the parking lot. The vehicle was then observed traveling towards the exit on Old Trail Rd. Several moments later, the vehicle reappeared and backed into a front parking space. Teal was observed exiting the store and entering her vehicle through the passenger door. She then walking away from her vehicle and reentered the business. The vehicle again drove away and was observed driving through the parking lot without its lights activated. Teal’s vehicle was observed traveling towards the embankment where it disappeared from view.
(5) Lehr was then asked to submit to the standardized sobriety tests. Lehr agreed to the tests. Lehr reported that he was not wearing contact lenses. He also advised 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. Lehr was placed under arrest for DUI.
(6) Lehr was transported to the York Central Booking Center where he was read the DL-26 form. He consented to the chemical test of blood. At 0257 hours, I witnessed Jalyssa Caban draw blood from the left arm of Rodney Gene Lehr Jr and package the sample to be sent to NMS Labs for analysis.
(7) A criminal history check of Lehr indicated a previous DUI arrest on December 1 2012 (Target 25)
On April 1, 2017 at approx. 0125 Hrs while on patrol I observed a vehicle driving erratic. My marked patrol vehicle was traveling northbound on Old Trail Road and approached the intersection of exit 32 of Interstate 83. I observed a newer model Mazda exit the off ramp from Northbound 83 and proceed northbound on Old Trail Road. The Mazda served in its lane of travel and appeared to start going back onto I83 Northbound. The Mazda then jerked back onto Old Trail Road. The Mazda then entered I83 southbound. I attempted the follow the Mazda as it entered I83. Upon entering the lane of travel on I83 southbound the Mazda took off at a very high rate of speed. I attempted to catch up to the Mazda at speeds greater then 100 miles per hour. Using the Tracker unit in my patrol vehicle the Mazda was clocked at 101.7 miles per hour for over one mile. I activated my emergency overhead lights and emergency siren. The Mazda took a long period of time to pull off the Interstate and proceeded to travel on the berm at approx. 50 miles per hour for a distance of approx. a quarter of a mile before coming to a complete stop. The Mazda had Pennsylvania registration of HMJ9029.
Upon approach of the driver I requested his license and vehicle information. I immediately observed a strong odor of an intoxicating beverage coming from the driver. The driver had slow movements and fumbled with his wallet to produce his license. The driver turned over Pa. drivers license 27801657 belonging to Justin P. Wert. The photograph on the drivers license matched the driver of the Mazda. Upon speaking to Mr. Wert I observed he had very slurred speech and red bloodshot glassy eyes. He admitted to drinking several drinks this evening and reports coming from friends houses. I requested that he step from the vehicle and perform the standardized field sobriety tests, he complied. During the course of the field interview Mr. Wert had to be instructed several times to remove his hands from his pockets. When asked if he had any weapons he advised a box cutter in his pocket. At my request he removed the box cutter and placed the knife on the ground. Having completed the tests there were many indicators that Mr. Wert was incapable of safe driving due to his alcohol consumption. Mr. Wert was taken into custody for DUI without any incident.
Mr. Wert was taken to the York County Booking Center. At the Center he was read over the implied consent form and requested to submit a blood sample to determine his BAC level, he complied. After the blood sample was drawn he was turned over to the Sheriffs department for processing. Upon running his driving record it confirmed that Mr. Wert was arrested for DUI on September 13, 2013.
On 03/26/17 at approx 0035hrs this officer was on patrol driving a marked patrol unit. I was traveling North on Pines Rd when I observed a vehicle with its headlight out traveling South. I turned around and attempted to catch up to the vehicle. I caught up to the vehicle in the area of Red Mill Rd. I started following the vehicle and observed it to weave in its lane of travel numerous times and crossing over the double yellow lines several times. Each time the corrections to the driver actions were sharp and jerky. The vehicle was also driving under the posted 40mph speed limit. I activated my emergency lights and the vehicle stopped in the middle of the road and then the driver attempted to pull into the Suncco parking lot. The vehicle was a Silver Chrysler FL registration 1300QX. Time of stop 0039hrs.
I approached the vehicle on the passenger side. I introduced myself, and asked the driver for her license, insurance and registration. The driver handed me a FL drivers license #M240-013-91-647-0 issued to a Alexandra Mixell. The photo matched the driver. I asked the driver where she was coming from and she advised from a friends. While speaking with her I detected a strong odor of alcohol. I asked her if she had been drinking and she advised that she had been. I asked Mixell to pull into the parking lot and to submit to some test. She advised that she would.
When exiting her vehicle Mixell appeared to be unsteady on her feet. She also appeared confused and disorientated and was slow to respond to questions. Instructions had to be repeated before Mixell would respond. Mixell was also observed to have glassy bloodshot eyes. She appeared to have slurred speech her movements were slow and lethargic. I patted her down for weapons the result being negative. While speaking with her I detected a strong odor of alcohol coming from her breath and person.
The test indicated that Mixell was under the influence. I then administered a PBT. She blew a 0.164%. At this time I advised her that she was under arrest and incapable of safe driving. She was placed in restraints which were double locked after ensuring proper fit. She was then searched the result being negative for contraband. She was placed in the rear of car 47. I then transported her to Central booking at 0058hrs arriving at 0113hrs. I then read to her the DL-26 Implied consent form. After several attempts to have her submit to the test she refused. At this time I turned her over to Sheriff Deputies.
Your Affiant is Patrolman Dean Bortner of the Newberry Township Police Department. On 03/17/2017, I was on duty, in issued uniform, operating a marked patrol vehicle.
At approximately 2335 hours, this Officer was traveling on York Haven Rd., when I observed a vehicle with its lights on in a no trespassing zone on River Dr. I pulled behind the vehicle and activated my emergency lights and siren. The vehicle was a white chevy bearing Pennsylvania registration JCP3649.
Upon contact with the operator, Officers immediately detected a strong odor of burnt marijuana coming from inside of the vehicle. The operator was identified as Erin Filson, by Pennsylvania drivers license. I asked Ms. Filson where she was coming from and she stated McDonalds. I asked Ms. Filson if she had smoked marijuana and she stated yes. I asked how she was smoking the marijuana and she stated a blunt. As the passenger,Jasmine White, was speaking to Sergeant Martinez, she handed me marijuana and drug paraphernalia. At this point I requested Ms. Filson submit to field sobriety testing.
Field sobriety tests were administered which yielded clues of drug impairment, which rendered her incapable of safely driving a motor vehicle. She was place under arrest for DUI.
I transported Ms. Filson to York Central Booking, where I read the DL-26 implied consent form verbatim to Ms. Filson. Ms. Filson agreed to submit to a chemical test of blood. At 0110 hours Phlebotomist Jalyssa Caban, withdrew two tubes of blood from Ms. Filson’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 Erin Filson had 2.5 ng/mL 11-Hydroxy Delta-9 THC, 65 ng/mL Delta-9 Carboxy THC, and 10 ng/mL Delta-9 THC at the time of testing.
Your Affiant is Patrolman Taylor Nauman of the Newberry Township Police Department. On 03/16/2017, I was on duty, in issued uniform, operating a marked patrol unit.
At approximately 2245hrs., this Officer was traveling south on York Haven Rd., specifically the 2500 Blk., traveling behind a gold Chevrolet pick up truck bearing PA registration ZCM 7690. I observed the vehicle cross over the fog lines six different times and the double yellow line twice, this all occurred between the 2500 Blk, and 3400 Blk of York Haven Rd. After observing these violations I initiated my emergency lights and siren to conduct a traffic stop on the vehicle. The vehicle came to a stop at North George St. Extended and Conewago Creek Rd.
I made contact with the operator who was later identified as William Kerr by PA driver’s license 30706750. The photo matched the driver. While speaking with Mr. Kerr, he advised he just dropped a friend off and was headed to Dover township. When I asked Mr. Kerr how much he had to drink, he admitted to consuming alcohol. When I asked Mr. Kerr the amount of the beers, he advised that he split two pitchers of beer with a friend. Later in the traffic stop I asked Mr. Kerr what bar he was at, to which he stated the Knotty Pine. While speaking with Mr. Kerr I noticed he was very sluggish in his movements and he had red blood shot eyes.
Field sobriety tests were administered which yielded clues of impairment.
At this point I came to the belief that Mr. Kerr 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. Kerr to York Central Booking, where I read the DL-26 implied consent form verbatim to Mr. Kerr where he agreed to submit to a chemical test of blood. At 2338hrs, Phlebotomist Jalyssa Caban, withdrew two tubes of blood from Mr. Kerr’s left arm. The 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. Kerr had a BAC of .154% at the time of testing.