A 28-year-old man is facing charges after being accused of operating a vehicle while drunk, according to local law enforcement. Pennsylvania authorities arrested the man and charged him with DUI just after 9:00 p.m. on July 20. Limited details about the case are currently available, and it has not been clarified if the man remains in police custody at the time of this report.
A man has apparently been charged twice in the span of four hours for allegedly driving under the influence of alcohol, according to local sources. Pennsylvania police arrested the man, not once but twice in the same evening. In both cases, he was booked for drunk driving, but no trial date has yet been agreed upon or publicly announced.
A 55-year-old employee of American Airlines was recently arrested after allegedly setting up a meeting to meet a child and her mother with the intention to engage in illegal sexual conduct. In the immediate aftermath of the sex crimes arrest, American Airlines noted that employees are held to the highest of ethical standards and face immediate termination when those standards are violated. Nevertheless, the man is fully entitled to his day in court and is presumed innocent in the eyes of the law unless and until government prosecutors can actually prove otherwise.
A Chambersburg school superintendent's job may be in jeopardy after he was arrested under suspicion of DUI, according to local news outlets. The Pennsylvania official was charged with two counts of drunk driving and one of speeding following a routine traffic stop. He was scheduled to appear in court on June 23.