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On 6/17/18 at 7:00 pm Pennridge Regional Police were called to the 5800 block of Clymer Rd in East Rockhill Twp for a report of a single vehicle crash. On scene officers found where a vehicle being driven by Courtney Johnson had driven off the road. Subject was subsequently arrested for DUI.

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On 5/26/18 at 6:18 pm Pennridge Regional Police pulled over the above subject for a motor vehicle offense at the intersection of Bethlehem Pke and Ridge Rd. Subject was wanted and was in possession of a controlled substance.
On 6/6/18 at 8:08 am the Pennridge Regional Police investigated a DUI crash on State Rd and Walnut Ln. The driver was arrested for suspected DUI.

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On 6/17/18 at 7:00 pm Pennridge Regional Police were called to the 5800 block of Clymer Rd in East Rockhill Twp for a report of a single vehicle crash. On scene officers found where a vehicle being driven by Courtney Johnson had driven off the road. Subject was subsequently arrested for DUI.

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On 5/26/18 at 6:18 pm Pennridge Regional Police pulled over the above subject for a motor vehicle offense at the intersection of Bethlehem Pke and Ridge Rd. Subject was wanted and was in possession of a controlled substance.
On 6/6/18 at 8:08 am the Pennridge Regional Police investigated a DUI crash on State Rd and Walnut Ln. The driver was arrested for suspected DUI.

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On 6/2/18 at 1:08 am the Pennridge Regional Police were called to Old Bethlehem Pike and Park Avenue for a crash. Subject struck a guardrail and was subsequently arrested for DUI. A passenger in the vehicle was injured.

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Pennridge Regional Police were called to a disturbance on Wellington Way in West Rockhill Township. After an investigation Mr. Tyrone Tucker was charged with simple assault.

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Subject is wanted stemming from an investigation in December 2017 where the subject crashed his car and was detained. Investigation revealed the subject was intoxicated and items in his possession were stolen.
Juvenile vandals have been caught breaking the runway lights at Pennridge Airport. Police are still investigating the incident and if anyone has additional information please call Pennridge Regional Police 215-257-5104.

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