Police briefs 4/14-4/21/17
Non-student visitor charged with driving under the influence
Mckensi J. Washabaugh, 20, of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, was charged with driving under the influence and minors prohibited from operating a vehicle with alcohol in system in connection with an incident that occurred April 14. Anna Marie Davis, 19, of Seavers Hall was charged with underage drinking at the same time.
Davis was observed vomiting out of the passenger side window of Washabaugh’s vehicle in the area of Old Main Drive and North Earl Street when university police officers stopped the vehicle to check on the welfare of the vehicle’s passengers.
Washabaugh was detained for suspicion of driving under the influence after failing field sobriety tests, as well as on other indicators of alcohol consumption. Davis showed obvious signs of intoxication and failed a portable breath test administered by officers at the scene.
Washabaugh was transported to the Carlisle Regional Medical Center where a blood alcohol test was conducted, and charges were later filed against her for driving under the influence. Davis was transported back to her residence hall where she was released. A citation was later filed charging her with underage drinking.
Naugle Hall resident charged with underage drinking and public drunkenness
Joshua P. E. Brandt, 18, of Naugle Hall, was charged with underage drinking and public drunkenness in connection with an incident that occurred on Friday.
University police officers received a report of an individual passed out in the parking lot of the Grace B. Luhrs University Elementary School. Officers arrived at the scene, where they located Brandt and found him to be unresponsive and highly intoxicated.
An ambulance was dispatched to the scene and Brandt was taken to Chambersburg Hospital for further evaluation and treatment.
Citations were later filed charging Brandt with underage drinking and public drunkenness.
Non-student visitor charged with underage drinking
Hannah E. Jones, 19, a non-student visitor from Camp Hill, Pennsylvania, was charged with underage drinking in connection with an incident that occurred on Friday.
Cumberland County’s 911 Center was contacted by a caller who said a highly intoxicated woman was lying on the ground on the rails-to-trails path by the Cora I. Grove Spiritual Center.
University police officers responded and located Jones being assisted by the 911 caller. Jones was found to be highly intoxicated and an ambulance was dispatched.
A citation was later filed charging Jones with underage drinking.