November 2017 DUI Arrests
On 09-21-2017 I was traveling west bound on Old Trail Road near Pines Road. The vehicle that was in front of me was a white honda, the left registration light on the vehicle was out. The registration on this vehicle was GZA6909. I then initiated a traffic stop right before the Exxon gas station. This vehicle then pulled into the Exxon gas station. Upon making contact with the driver of the vehicle, he was identified as William Ueblacker. While I was standing at the drivers side window speaking with Ueblacker, I could detect a faint odor of fresh marijuana coming from inside the vehicle. I then had the driver of the vehicle step out so I could speak with him in private. I then had the other two passenger’s of the vehicle step out. The passenger that was in the front seat, was the owner of the vehicle, identified as Cooper Johnson. I asked Johnson if he would mind me searching his vehicle and if I was going to find anything illegal. He advised it was find for me to search and that he did not think I would find anything illegal.
Upon conducting a vehicle search, I located a book bag on the rear seat. Inside of the large compartment of the book bag was a plastic case. Inside of the case was two clear zip lock bags that contained fresh marijuana. Also in the container was a glass smoking bowl, a marijuana grinder, a scale, a clear tube container with a screw on lid, and two rubber containers that were used to store marijuana wax. All items were seized and later entered into evidence. Upon asking the occupants of the vehicle who’s book bag it was, William Ueblacker advised it was his. I asked if he knew what was inside of the bag. He advised there was marijuana in the bag and that it was his. He also advised that he smoked marijuana about 4 hours before I pulled him over.
Field sobriety was then conducted on Ueblacker. He showed multiple signs of impairment. Ueblacker was then arrested for DUI and drug possession. Ueblacker was taken to the York County Central Booking Center for a blood draw.
Once at the booking center, a DL-26 form was read to him. Ueblacker advised he understood the form and signed it. Blood was taken from his left arm at 2232 hours on 09-21-2017. This blood was taken by Jalyssa Caban, a vascular access tech. This blood was boxed and sealed in my presence. This blood was sent to NMS Labs for testing.
On 10-02-2017 I received the blood results from NMS Labs for William Ueblacker. At the time of the blood draw, 2232 hours at 09-21-2017 Ueblacker had the following compounds in his blood system, Amphetamine 19NG/ML, 11-Hydroxy Delta-9 THC 8.4 NG/ML, Delta-9 Carboxy THC 180 NG/ML, Delta-9 THC 18 NG/ML.
At approximately 2028hrs., this Officer was traveling behind a tan Jeep Cherokee on York Haven Rd. The Jeep crossed over the white fog and double yellow lines multiple times. Each time, the Jeep applied quick jerking corrections to bring the vehicle back within its lane. Traffic stop was initiated along the 600 block.
I made contact with the operator who was identified as Dakota Gearhart. Mr. Gearhart appeared very nervous and had bloodshot glassy eyes. An odor of alcohol was present inside the vehicle and Mr. Gearhart admitted to consuming three beers earlier in the evening. I explained his driving behavior and he admitted to texting on his cell phone. Field sobriety tests were administered which yielded clues of drug and alcohol impairment. Mr. Gearhart admitted to smoking marijuana earlier in evening and stated he had a small amount of marijuana and a smoking pipe inside the vehicle. Said items were located and seized behind the passenger seat.
Mr. Gearhart was placed under arrest for DUI and transported to York Central Booking where Phlebotomist Jalyssa Caban, withdrew two tubes of blood from Mr. Gearhart’s left arm at 2138hrs. Tubes of blood were sealed in our presence to be sent to NMS labs for analysis.
Received toxicology report which reveals a BAC of .049% and 41 ng/mL of Delta-9 Carboxy THC at the time of testing.
On November 18, 2017 the Newberry Township Police Department along with the assistance of other York County Police Agencies conducted a DUI Checkpoint in the area of the 2000 block of Old Trail Rd., in Newberry Township, York County.
During the checkpoint operation, a Honda Civic entered the checkpoint traveling west on Old Trail Rd. The operator of this vehicle was encountered by Officer Bloom of the Newberry Township Police Department. The operator was identified as Timothy Fox. Officer Bloom detected signs of impairment in the operator to include marijuana. Mr. Fox admitted to smoking a marijuana joint at a concert in Baltimore, Maryland. Mr. Fox was then escorted to the gymnasium area of the Newberry Elementary School where he was asked to participate in field sobriety testing. Mr. Fox agreed to submit to field sobriety testing which yielded multiple clues of impairment.
Officer Bloom advised this Officer that there were three other occupants inside of the vehicle one of them being a 12 year old boy.
At this point, I came to the belief that Mr. Fox was under the influence of marijuana which rendered him incapable of safely operating a motor vehicle.
I read the DL-26 implied consent form verbatim to Mr. Fox where he agreed to a chemical test of blood. At 0203 hours, Tania Zech withdrew two tubes of blood from Mr. Fox’s left arm. Tubes were sealed in our presence to be sent to NMS labs for analysis. Mr. Fox was then released to the York County Sheriff Deputies that were inside of the Newberry Elementary School.
Received toxicology report from NMS labs, which revealed Timothy Fox had Delta-9 Carboxy THC 10 ng/mL and Delta-9 THC 2.8 ng/mL present in his blood at the time of testing.
At approximately 2215 hours, I was traveling east on Lewisberry Road, specifically in the area of Loop road behind a silver sedan. As I continued to follow the vehicle I observed the vehicle swerve onto and over the fog line four separate times. During the lat instance I observed the vehicle swerve so far over the fog line that it was straddling the line. It was at this time I initiated my lights and siren and conducted a traffic stop. The vehicle was a silver Nissan bearing Pennsylvania registration KGN-8577.
I made contact with the operator Lindsay Pardoe, who was later identified by Pennsylvania driver’s license number 30981257. Also in the vehicle was Andrew Edwards(Juvenile) sitting in the passenger seat. When I obtained Ms.Pardoe’s driver’s license her hands were shaking and she was extremely nervous. While speaking with Ms. Pardoe she admitting to smoking marijuana earlier in the day.
A short while later I returned to the vehicle and requested that Ms. Pardoe submit to field sobriety tests, she agreed. These tests yielded clues of drug impairment. It was at this time Ms. Pardoe was placed under arrest for DUI. Upon searching Ms. Pardoe incident to arrest, Ms. Pardoe was found in possession of a bag of marijuana under 30 grams.
Ms. Pardoe was then transported to York Memorial hospital. Once there I read the DL-26 form verbatim and requested that Ms. Pardoe submit to a chemical test of blood. Ms. Pardoe agreed to do so and at 2318 hours Phlebotomist Lana Rauhauser removed two tubes of blood from ms. Pardoe’s right arm. Tubes were then sealed in our presence and sent to NMS labs for analysis.
I received toxicology which revealed Ms. Pardoe had Delta-9 THC at a 6.6ng/mL level, Delta-9 Carboxy THC at a 86ng/mL level, 11-Hydroxy Delta-9 THC at a 7.2ng/mL level and Alprazolam at a 28ng/mL level at the time of testing.
On 10-18-17 at approximately 1915 hours I was conducting a traffic detail at the exit ramp of I-83 South exit 33 and Old Trail Rd. I was parked at this intersection observing traffic and making traffic stops for infractions observed. During this time I observed a blue Saturn fail to make a complete stop at the end of the exit ramp at the clearly marked stop signs. I activated my emergency lights and siren and initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle. The vehicle was bearing a PA registration plate of KMG4745.
I made my approach to the driver’s side of the car and made contact with the driver. I advised the traffic stop was being audio and visually recorded and advised the reason for the stop. I then asked the driver for his driver’s license, proof of insurance, and vehicle registration. The driver provided me with same which showed the driver as being Chad Everett Keller. I returned to my patrol car and ran Keller and the vehicle through PennDOT records to verify if they were properly registered and licensed. PennDOT records showed Keller as having a suspended driver’s license. I re-approached the driver to advise him of same and asked if his passenger had a valid driver’s license. The passenger advised that she did not. I then advised Keller that he would have to call someone to pick them up and drive the vehicle since no one in the car was properly licensed. Keller became agitated and started rambling about why his license was suspended and then got on the telephone and started arguing with someone on the phone. I approached the passenger to speak to her about what I needed from them since Keller was in an agitated state. The passenger rolled down her window and as I began to talk to her I smelled an overwhelming odor of marijuana emanating from within the vehicle. I looked at her and advised her to give me the marijuana that was inside of the car as well as everything else drug related. I repeated myself a second time and the passenger then pulled her purse off of the ground and handed me a prescription pill bottle full of marijuana and a glass pipe. I looked through the window of the car and advised Keller to get off the cell phone and hand me any marijuana that he had on his person. Keller did same and handed me a glass pipe and a makeshift pipe. I then asked Keller when the last time he smoked marijuana was and he advised approximately 20 hours ago. I advised Farling and Keller to remain in the car while I responded back to my patrol car with the drugs and paraphernalia.
Upon returning to Keller I asked him to step out of the car to which he did same. I asked him to walk to the rear of his vehicle and then again asked him the last time he smoked marijuana was. Keller advised he smoked when he got off work approximately 1530 hours. I asked him how much and he advised a single bowl. I then advised Keller that I would like for him to perform field sobriety tests to verify that he is capable of safely driving the car to which Keller complied. While Keller performed the Field Sobriety tests I observed Keller exhibit several clues which led me to believe that Keller was incapable of safely driving a car.
I then placed Keller under arrest for suspicion of D.U.I. I then transported Keller to Memorial Hospital. Once there I read the DL-26 form to Keller to which he advised he would provide a sample of blood. Keller was taken inside and phlebotomist Jacob Wentz drew blood from Keller’s right arm at 2016 hours. All blood samples were packaged in my presence and sent to NMS labs for testing.
I then transported Keller to Central Booking. While transporting Keller I ran his driver’s history and saw that this was Keller’s first D.U.I. offense. Once there Keller was released to the York County Sheriff’s Department to be processed and released.
At approximately 0304 hours, I was traveling behind a white van. I observed the vehicle in the 1900 block of York Haven road swerve on and over the fog line. The vehicle remained in contact with the white line for about 100 yards. It was at this point I activated my lights and siren to conduct a traffic stop. The vehicle was a white Dodge van baring Pennsylvania registration KJK-5662.
I made contact with the operator who was late identified as Ronda Ansel by Pennsylvania Driver’s license number 26924915. When I requested documentation from Ms. Ansel she handed me her driver’s license and advised she believes it is suspended. While speaking with Ms. Ansel I observed her having red blood shot eyes. As I continued to to speak with Ms. Ansel she advised that she consumed alcoholic beverages at Nick’s Bar in New Cumberland.
A short while later I returned to the vehicle and requested Ms. Ansel exit the vehicle to perform field sobriety tests, Ms. Ansel agreed. Field sobreity tests yielded clues of impairment. It was at this point I came to the belief that Ms. Ansel had imbibed a in quantity of alcohol that rendered her incapable of operating a motor vehicle safely.
Ms. Ansel was placed under arrest for DUI. I then transported Ms. Ansel to York Central Booking Center. Once there I read the DL-26 verbatim and requested that Ms. Ansel submit to a chemical test of blood. Ms. Ansel agreed to do so and at 0405 hours Phlebotomist Jalyssa Caban removed two tubes of blood from Ms. Ansel’s left arm. Tubes of blood were sealed in our presence and sent to NMS labs for analysis.
When I returned to the Township I printed a certified driving history for Ms. Ansel that revealed that her license was suspended.
I received the toxicology report and Ms. Ansel had a BAC of .122% and Delta-9 Carboxy THC at a 39ng/mL level along with Delta-9 THC at a 1.2ng/mL in her blood at the time of testing.
On 11-05-2017 at 0759 hours, I was at the Rutter’s located at 2215 Old Trail Road, conducting a business check. I was flagged down by an employee at the front of the business. The employee advised there was a male sleeping in his vehicle in a parking spot located directly in front of the store. She asked that I make contact with him and move him along since his vehicle was there for a few hours.
I walked over to the red subaru sedan displaying registration JLY8534, registered to Michael Saylor. The vehicle was parked crooked and was partially in another parking spot. I observed a male in the drivers seat of the vehicle, with the seat extended back. This male was laying on his side, sleeping in the vehicle. The keys were in the ignition of the vehicle but the vehicle was not running. I attempted multiple times to knock on the window and yell to the male in the car. The drivers window was rolled down about 4 inches and the driver would not move or make any contact with me. I then opened the door and loudly told the male to wake up and that I was a police officer. I then shook the male, to which he tilted his head up slightly and mumbled something to me then fell back asleep. I told the male multiple times to wake up and exit the vehicle. While I had the drivers door open I could detect a very strong odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from the inside of the vehicle. I did not see any open alcohol containers in the vehicle. I then grabbed the male by his wrist and belt then pulled him out of the car. The male remained limp until I got him out of the vehicle then he was able to stand on his feet. The male had a very difficult time keeping his balance and needed to lean on the car to keep himself from falling over. This male was identified as Michael Saylor by his Pennsylvania drivers license.
I had asked Saylor if he had been drinking alcohol, he advised he was not. Saylor then advised he was coming from Maryland and was on his way home and decided to stop at Rutters. Saylor then admitted he had consumed alcohol in Maryland before he drove to the Rutters. Saylor said he arrived at the Rutters around 0500 hours or 0600 hours but could not remember. Saylor said he was just trying to sleep. While speaking with Saylor I could detect a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from him. Saylor’s eyes were glassy and blood shot and he was slurring his words. Saylor’s stories changed multiple times when I asked him where he was coming from and where he was going.
Field sobriety tests were performed on Saylor. Saylor showed multiple signs of impairment including lack of balance and inability to follow simple instructions. Saylor was arrested for DUI. Saylor was transported to York Memorial Hospital for a blood draw. Once at the hospital, a DL-26 form was read to Saylor. Saylor consented to a blood draw and signed the DL-26. Two tubes of blood were taken from Saylor’ arm at 0858 hours by a vascular access tech. Saylor was then transported to York County Central Booking where his custody was turned over to the York County Sheriffs.
Saylor advised that his current living and mailing address is located in Virginia. Due to living out of state, I request Saylor be arraigned on the DUI charge.
At around 2355 hours, during checkpoint operations, a blue Toyota Prius bearing Pennsylvania registration EGF-0197 entered th checkpoint traveling west on Old Trail Rd. The operator of this vehicle was encountered by Sgt. Teague. The operator was identified as Michael Hawkes and the passenger was Rachel Vogrinec(Juv). Sgt. Teague detected signs of impairment in the operator to include odor of intoxicant of the driver’s breath and admitted to consuming alcoholic drinks.
The operator was then escorted to the gymnasium area of the Newberry Elementary School where he was asked to participate in field sobriety tests conducted by your affiant. Field sobriety tests yielded clues of impairment. Mr. Hawkes was then placed under arrest for DUI. I then read the DL-26 form verbatim to Mr.Hawkes and requested that he submit to a chemical test of blood. Mr. Hawkes agreed to do so and on 11/18/2017 at 0010 hours Phlebotomist Tania Zech remove two tubes of blood from Mr. Hawkes left arm. Tubes were then sealed in our presence and sent to NMS labs for analysis.
Around 0130 hours a black Nissan Sentra bearing registration V929794 entered the checkpoint traveling east on Old Trail road. The operator of this vehicle was encountered by Ofc. Monte. The operator was identified as Alexis Diediker. Ofc. Monte detected signs of impairment such as odor of alcohol and admitting to consuming alcoholic drinks.. Ms. Diediker was then escorted into the gym area of Newberry Elementary.
Once there I requested Ms. Diediker submit to field sobriety tests, she agreed. During the test I observed Ms. Diediker have red blood shot eyes along with her movement being sluggish. Ms. Diediker field sobriety tests yielded clues of impairment. Ms. Diediker was placed under arrest for DUI. I then read the DL-26 verbatim and requested that Ms. Diediker submit to a chemical test of blood. Ms. Diediker refused the chemical test.
At approximately 0045 hours, I was traveling west on York Haven Rd., passing Whisler Rd., following a tan Honda. I observed the Honda turn its high beams on while there was another vehicle directly in front of it. The Honda continued to drive down York Haven Rd., for approximately 30 seconds before turing its high beams off. The driver then threw a cigarette out the driver side window at York Haven Rd., and Paddletown Rd. At this point I activated my emergency lights and siren to conduct a traffic stop on the Honda bearing Pennsylvania registration KDG5151 in the parking lot of Rutters.
Upon contact with the driver, I detected the odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from inside of the vehicle. The operator was later identified as Lawrence Reisinger. I explained to Mr. Reisinger why I stopped him and I could see that his eyes were bloodshot. I asked Mr. Reisinger where he was coming from and he stated Kickin Kadilaks. I asked Mr. Reisinger how much he had to drink and he stated three beers. While speaking to Mr. Reisinger he was observed to have a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from him and appeared to be very nervous. Mr. Reisinger was directed out of the vehicle to perform field sobriety tests.
Field sobriety tests were administered which yielded clues of alcohol and drug impairment. A PBT was issued which read .098%. Mr. Reisinger did admit to smoking marijuana on 09/30/2017. He was placed under arrest for DUI.
I transported Mr. Reisinger to York Central Booking where I read the DL-26 implied consent form verbatim to Mr. Reisinger, where he agreed to give a sample of blood. At 0352 hours, Phlebotomist Jalyssa Caban withdrew blood from Mr. Reisinger’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 Mr. Reisinger had a BAC of .083%, 11-Hydroxy Delta-9 THC 1.1 ng/mL, Delta-9 Carboxy THC 11 ng/mL, Delta-9 THC 1.8 ng/mL, and Benzoylecgonine 130 ng/mL present in his blood at the time of testing.
On October 14, 2017 at approx. 0205 hrs. a vehicle was observed driving carelessly. The 2005 black Chevrolet Avalanche was first observed driving at a slow rate of speed Northbound on York Haven Rd. in front of J&A Shopette. The Chevrolet made a right turn onto Boundary Ln. failing to use a turn signal. I turned my marked patrol vehicle around and began to follow the Chevrolet. I again observed the vehicle driving at a slow rate of speed and failed to use a turn signal making another right turn onto Locust St. The Chevrolet continued on Locust at a slow rate of speed and again failed to use a turn signal while making a right turn onto Kline Ave. The Chevrolet then turned left back onto York Haven Rd. and this time using a turn signal. I followed directly behind the Chevrolet and observed it drive off the roadway into the grass straddling the fog line. I activated my emergency overhead lights attempting to stop the vehicle. The Chevrolet then turned right onto Pear Ave. and stopped just off York Haven Rd. The Chevrolet had Pennsylvania registration of ZCH4817.
Upon approach of the driver I observed the driver to have red bloodshot glassy eyes. I requested from the driver his license and vehicle information. While waiting for the information I observed the light odor of an intoxicating beverage about his breath. The driver turned over PA license 30683256 belonging to a Tyler William Richards, the photograph on the license matched the driver of the Chevrolet. I advised Mr. Richards why I stopped him and asked for an explanation of why he was driving so unusual. Mr. Richards stated that he had just dropped a friend off and was now heading home. I asked him how much he had to drink tonight and he advised “two drinks”. Mr. Richards turned over his registration card but was unable to provide his insurance information stating that the coverage was under his wife’s policy.
I requested Mr. Richards step from the vehicle and perform the standardized field sobriety tests and he complied. The tests yielded many clues that Mr. Richards was under the influence to a degree that rendered him incapable of safe driving. I requested that he submit a breath to a portable breath tester and he complied. The results were that he was well over the legal limit of .08. Mr. Richards denied any drug use and was taken into custody without incident. He was then transported to the York County Booking Center where he was read over the implied consent warning form. Mr. Richards agreed to give a blood sample to determine his BAC level. After the blood was drawn he was turned over to the Sheriff’s department for processing. Prior to transport to the Booking Center he was allowed to contact his wife for pick up after he was processed. While talking to his wife she was requested to retrieve his vehicle which was parked down the road from his residence.
On November 1, 2017 this department received the NMS labs report regarding the blood drawn from Mr. Richards. At the time of the arrest Mr. Richards had a BAC level of 0.097.
On 10-16-2017 at around 2333 hours, I was on patrol in the area of Long Ln. and York Haven Road. As I was sitting on Long Ln. waiting to turn onto York Haven Road, a silver Scion passed me going west bound on York Haven Road. I observed the registration lights to be out on this vehicle. I then began to follow the vehicle and noticed the left break light was not illuminated. I initiated a traffic stop in front of the Newberry Township Fire company, located at 2145 York Haven Road.
Upon walking up to the vehicle, I made contact with the driver, who also was the sole occupant in the vehicle. The driver was identified as Drew Hunt. While standing at the drivers window I could detect an odor of burnt marijuana coming from the inside of the vehicle. Hunt appeared dazed and confused while I was speaking with him. I also observed Hunt to have bloodshot eyes. On the drivers seat of the vehicle was 3 “philly blunt” wrappers. These wrappers are commonly used to smoke marijuana with. I then had Hunt step out from the vehicle. When asked Hunt admitted to prior marijuana usage. Hunt initially advised he has not smoked marijuana in awhile due to being on probation. Hunt was on probation for a simple possession and paraphernila charge.
Hunt was then put through field sobriety tests. Hunt showed multiple signs of impairment. After field sobriety tests, Hunt admitted to smoking marijuana about 4 hours prior to me pulling him over.
Hunt was arrested for DUI. Hunt was transported to Memorial Hospital for a blood draw. Once at the hospital, Lennia Vega, a vascular access tech drew blood from Hunt. This blood was boxed and sealed in my presence. This blood was sent to NMS Labs for testing.
On this date I received the blood results for Hunt. At the time of the blood draw, 0023 hours on 10-17-2017, Hunt had the following compounds in his system, 11-Hydroxy Delta-9 THC,Delta-9 Carboxy THC, Delta-9 THC. This blood was tested by Jolene Bierly, a forensic toxicologist at NMS Labs.
On 10/06/2017 I was working patrol in full uniform, in marked patrol unit fourty-three.
As I was approaching the entrance of FCI 825 Old Trail Rd, I observed a vehicle traveling South also approaching the entrance to FCI. As the vehicle got closer and passed me the high beams of the vehicle stayed on and were never turned off. I then turned into the entrance of FCI making a U-turn. I then pulled out of the entrance of FCI activating my lights and siren. I then conducted a traffic stop in the 900 blk of Old Trail Rd. The vehicle was a black Ford Escape bearing PA registration KDX1044.
I approached the Ford on the drivers side. I advised the driver, a black female, who I was and the stop was being recorded. I asked the black female for her drivers license registration and insurance card. As I was speaking with the black female I could smell the odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle. I advised the black female I was stopping her because she failed to turn off her high beams on the Ford when she passed me. The black female then handed me her drivers license (31703916), registration and insurance card. The drivers license photo matched the black female identifying her as Justice Ariel Orr. I then asked Mr. Orr where she was coming from, she advised work at Fed Ex. I then asked Ms. Orr if there was anything illegal in the vehicle, she advised there was not. I asked Ms. Orr if there was any marijuana in the vehicle, she advised there is not.
I then asked Ms. Orr who owns the Ford, she advised she does. I asked Ms. Orr if she had recently smoked marijuana, she advised she did not. Ms. Orr was asked to stick out her tounge. Ms. Orr’s tounge was greenish/brown which is consistent with someone who has smoked marijuana. I asked Ms. Orr when she had smoked marijuana, she advised around nine (9pm, 2100 hrs) something. I asked Ms. Orr how much she smoked, she advised half a thing. I asked Ms. Orr how much is half a thing, she advised half a bowl. I asked Ms. Orr if she had smoked before she drove, she advised yes she did. I then asked Ms. Orr to perform field sobriety test, she advised she would.
Field sobriety tests completed by Ms. Orr showed signs of being impaired and incapable of safely operating a motor vehicle.
I then had Ms. Orr put her hands be hind her back placing handcuffs on her with her palms facing out, double locking them to ensure proper fit. I then advised Ms. Orr she was being arrested for DUI. At 0413 hours I transported Ms. Orr to Memorial Hospital. At 0429 hours I arrived at Memorial Hospital where I read Ms. Orr the DL-26. I then asked Ms. Orr if she would submit to a chemical test of blood, she advised she would. At 0441 hours Phlebotomist Lenna Vega drew two gray capped tubes of Ms. Orr’s blood from her right arm. Phlebotomist Vega then sealed both gray capped tubes in my presence with seals Ms. Orr initialed. At 0457 hours I transported Ms. Orr to central booking. At 0504 hours I arrived at central booking.
I received results from NMS Labs for Ms. Orr’s blood.
11-Hydroxy Delta-9 THC 2.5 + – 0.5 ng/mL 001- Blood
Delta-9 Carboxy THC 65 + – ng/mL 001- Blood
Delta-9 THC 7.2 + – 1.4 ng/mL 001- Blood