Beer, Pot and Pill Bottles Found in Car After Crash, Police Say

Lower Saucon Township Police say two men from Williams Township now face charges related to a Dec. 17 car accident that occurred on Lower Saucon Road near Crestline Drive.

After officers responded to a one-vehicle accident on Lower Saucon Road near Crestline Drive Dec. 17, police say they were informed by an EMT that the vehicle's 20-year-old passenger was in possession of a glass pipe and three cans of beer.

In a press release, police identified the passenger as Aaron Steven Winkler, of the first block of Longhill Drive, Williams Township, and said that in addition to the pipe and three cans of Natural Ice he was found to be in possession of a small amount of marijuana, a grinder, empty pill bottles for medications not prescribed to him, and two prescription bottles with the labels removed from them.

Police said that inside those pill bottles they found alprazolam and buprenorphine, which are controlled substances.

Winkler has been charged with two counts of possession of a controlled substance, possession of a small amount of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia (five counts) and transporting alcohol by a minor, according to authorities, who added that the driver of the vehicle, Roth Patrick Healey, of the 100 block of Tumble Creek Road, Williams Township, was charged with transporting alcohol by a minor.

Gerry Kranz February 16, 2013 at 04:43 AM
Are the Lower Saucon police that stupid that they cannot release a report until two months later? Are they one-finger typing the report? This is pathetic. In the day of instant information transfer, us citizens have to put up with incompetent and inefficient government reporting.


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