Cases of hit-and-run are getting to be a problem these days.
Arrested for DUI on Spring Mount Road was a 29-year-old driver in the accident which happened on Barndt Road.
According to the police, just after midnight on Nov. 10, operator Paul Lee Jameson was apprehended after vehicle crashed at the corner of Spring Mount and Schwenksville Roads while he was driving allegedly under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance.
Pennsylvania State Police reported that Jameson was going east on Spring Mount Road approaching Schwenksville Road when he ran a stop sign and crashed into several small bushes, landing the vehicle off the roadway.
When police reached the scene, Jameson allegedly showed signs of being under the influence of alcohol and failed field sobriety tests.
Jameson will be filed charges in the District Court 38-2-02 for Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol or a Controlled Substance, according to State Police.
Last November 8, there was another interesting case of hit- and – run as Police are searching for an unknown driver who allegedly crashed a vehicle into a Barndt Road lawn just after midnight on and fled from the scene, leaving behind his vehicle.
According to the Pennsylvania State Police, an operator was traveling northward in a 2006 Nissan Sentra along the Barndt Road, just south of Ridge Road, when the driver lost control. The vehicle spun around, failed to make a turn and landed into a grass lawn near the roadway.
After the vehicle got stuck in the mud, the driver fled the scene, according to police.
William Penn Towing in Green Lane towed the vehicle to clear the roadway.
Police are asking that anyone with information on this case to contact PSP at 610-584-1250 and reference incident number K03-1885598.
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