Three Drivers Arrested During Weekend DUI Patrols in Scott and Heidelberg
Police officers in Scott Township and Heidelberg had a busy weekend with DUI patrols. Police arrested three drivers on DUI charges and said a Scott Township man was caught urinating beside Greentree Road.
Police in Scott Township and Heidelberg had a busy weekend with their DUI patrols.
Three drivers were arrested on Friday and Saturday in those two towns during the dedicated roving patrols in the South Hills.
In fact, Scott Township police said their two DUI arrests involved crashes.
Scott Township police said they charged Zachary Gleason, 25, of Collier, with drunken driving following a crash on Washington Avenue on Feb. 15. The following day, police said they arrested Gary Broyles, 51, of Heidelberg, with drunken driving after a crash on Superior Street.
On Feb. 16, Heidelberg police said the arrested Raymond Peters, 40, of Mt. Pleasant, for drunken driving and careless driving, A passenger in his car was wanted on active warrants in Allegheny County, although Heidelberg police did not identify the person.
Scott Township also said they caught urinating beside Greentree Road. Michael Sullivan, 34, of Scott, was charged with public drunkenness and disorderly conduct after township police said they witnessed him urinating on the side of Greentree Road on Feb. 15.