Police Blotter

12/9/2018 – DUI – Doylestown Borough – Gary Clime, 45, New Britain, was charged with DUI and driving an unregistered vehicle following a traffic stop on W. Ashland at 0159 hrs. Clime presented with a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage, exhibited slurred speech and had bloodshot and glassy eyes. Clime was unable to perform standardized field sobriety tests and subsequently taken to Doylestown Hospital for blood draw.

12/9/2018 – PUBLIC DRUNKENESS – Doylestown Borough – Maria Firoavanti, 35, Doylestown, was cited when officers were dispatched to Hickory Kitchen at approximately 2357 hours for intoxicated person needing assistance.

12/8/2018 – FALSE ID and UNDERAGE DRINKING – Doylestown Borough – Parker Wright, 20, Doylestown, was cited when an officer was summoned to Stephanie’s at approximately 0043 hours due to Wright’s use of a False ID.  In speaking with the officer it came to light that Wright had been drinking prior to entering the establishment.

12/8/2018 – DISORDERLY CONDUCT – Doylestown Borough – Michael Katits, 33, Norwalk, CT, was cited for public urination when an officer observed Katits exiting Wawa and proceed to a rear corner of the building at approximately 0350 hours.

12/7/2018 – PUBLIC DRUNKENESS – Doylestown Borough – Santosh Patel, 34, Perkasie, was cited when officers were dispatched to Wendy’s, 400 N. Main Street for an intoxicated male who had to be removed from the business. Officers found Patel to be unable to stand or hold a conversation.

12/5/2018 – DUI – Doylestown Borough – Justin Hollingsworth, 28, Lansdale, was charged with DUI after police responded to a reported possible intoxicated driver operating with a flat tire on E. Butler Avenue at approximately 2124 hours. Due to the strong odor of alcohol emanating from Hollingsworth, his lethargic speech and his lack of recollection of hitting anything that would have caused his flat tire, officers administered standardized field sobriety testing and portable breath test, both of which he failed. Hollingsworth was placed under arrest and transported to Doylestown Hospital for a blood draw.

Criminal charges, and any discussion thereof, are merely allegations and all defendants are presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.