On 10/13/19 at approximately 0227 hours, an Officer from the West Manchester Township Police Department observed a grey VW jetta traveling north on Carlisle Road in the area of Route 30. The Officer noticed the vehicle's driver side tail light was not functioning so he turned to follow the vehicle. Just after doing so, the Officer noticed the vehicle suddenly change lanes into the left turn lane to turn left on York Crossing Dr without properly signaling the lane change. The Officer was able to get behind the vehicle while turning onto York Crossing Dr and was able to run the displayed registration. The Officer found that the registered owner of the vehicle, Brett J Bosley had a suspended driver’s license. The Officer could not determine who was driving the vehicle due to the window tint on all the windows of the vehicle not allowing me to clearly see into the car during the night time hours. The Officer conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle in the parking lot of McDonalds off York Crossing Drive for the above stated violations.
The Officer made contact with the driver, later identified as Brett J Bosley (the owner of the vehicle), at the driver side window. While speaking with Bosley, the Officer could detect a strong odor of alcoholic beverages coming from her breath. The Officer also noticed that her eyelids were slightly droopy and her pupils were dilated. Her eyes were also glassy and bloodshot and her speech was slow and slightly slurred. Bosley and the Officer engaged in conversation and while doing so she advised that she consumed two alcoholic beverages at a friend’s house. Bosley and the Officer talked about her suspended driver’s license as well, which she did not know anything about. During the interaction with Bosley, it appeared as though she was highly intoxicated.
After confirming all information Bosley submitted to a PBT, which did yield a positive presence of alcoholic beverages. The Officer then asked Bosley out of the vehicle. The Officer administered a series of field coordination exercises, none of which the Bosley could successfully complete.
Bosley was then taken into custody placed in the rear of my patrol car. Bosley asked that the Officer retrieve her cell phone and keys from her vehicle and while doing so he detected an odor of marijuana coming from within the vehicle. Bosley denied ownership of a medical marijuana card. Subsequent search of vehicle yielded a small bag of marijuana in the center console. Bosley admitted to ownership of the marijuana.
The Officer then transported Bosley to Central Booking for blood draw, which she consented to and the blood was drawn from her arm at 0326 hours.
The Officer received the defendant's toxicology report on 11/16/19. The lab report showed that the defendant's BAC was .191 gms% and that her blood also contained 2.6ng/mL of 11-Hydroxy delta-9 THC, 27ng/mL of Delta-9 Carboxy THC, and 5.5ng/mL of Delta-9 THC.
Based on the above information, Brett J. Bosley was charged with 3 counts of DUI, 1 count of Possession of Small Amount of Marijuana (M) and 1 Traffic Violation on 11/19/2019.