OMG PD: Man Charged with DUI After Allegedly Passing Out at McDonald's Drive-Thru
This week's stories include a woman who was fined $200 for cussing out a crossing guard, and a convicted robber who decided to thank his victims.
Man Charged with DUI After Allegedly Passing Out at McDonald's Drive-Thru: According to a report in the Limerick Patch, a 27-year-old man has been charged with four counts of DUI after he allegedly passed out in his vehicle while at the McDonald's drive-thru.
Court documents state that upon arrival by police, the driver smelled like alcohol, had glassy eyes and seemed lethargic. He was later taken to a local hospital to have blood drawn for testing. Read the full story here.
Convicted Robber Thanks Victims for Cooperation: According to a report in the Ambler Patch, a 22-year-old man will serve the next six to 20 years in prison after stealing $20,000 of narcotics from the Whitpain CVS.
Upon receiving his sentence, the man thanked his victims for their cooperation, stating that he has glad he didn't have to hurt them. Read the full story here.
Man Allegedly Strikes Second Vehicle While Fleeing Original Hit-and-Run Scene: According to a report in the Plymouth-Whitemarsh Patch, a 42-year-old man allegedly struck a vehicle parked at a Volvo dealership while he was fleeing the scene of an earlier hit-and-run. The man then attempted to flee on foot, police said.
The police report states that driver had a suspended license at the time of the crash, and the vehicle he was driving – which was registered to someone else – was uninsured. Read the full story here.
Woman Fined $200 for Cussing Out a Crossing Guard: According to a report in the Limerick Patch, a 58-year-old woman was fined $200 after she allegedly directed unspecified obscene language at a crossing guard in Spring City.
The report states that schoolchildren were present at the time, and the woman was also charged with harassment. Read the full story here.
Police Seek Trio of Women for Alleged Thefts from Grocery Store: According to a report in the Lower Providence Patch, police are seeking information that will help identify three women who may be involved in thefts from an area grocery store.
The report also contains images obtained from the store's surveillance cameras. Read the full story here.