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Cecil Police Charge Three With DUI Over Labor Day Weekend

Two of the incidents happened Saturday, with the third occurring on Monday.

charged three people with driving under the influence over the Labor Day weekend.

Here are the reports:

Cecil Township police charged Gerald William Auld of Venetia with two counts of DUI following an incident on Corporate Drive in Southpointe at 11:40 p.m. Saturday.

Police said Auld failed to stop at a stop sign at Klinger Road and Corporate Drive.

When officers approached the vehicle, they noted the smell of alcoholic beverages, and that Auld had "bloodshot, glassy eyes."

Police said a field sobriety test showed signs of intoxication, and that a breath test showed that Auld had a blood-alcohol content of .116 percent.

Cecil police also charged Shannon Danielle Whitlock, of Houston, with two counts of DUI following an incident around 3:30 a.m. Saturday on Morganza Road.

Officers observed a vehicle being driven by Whitlock run a stop sign at Baker and Morganza roads, and initiated a traffic stop.

Police said Whitlock pulled into a driveway on Fellowship Drive, and got out of the vehicle.

Officer said that the woman looked "nervous and unsteady," and that field sobriety tests showed signs of intoxication.

A breath test showed that Whitlock had a blood-alcohol content of .106 percent, police said.

In addition to the DUI charges, Whitlock was also charged with driving without a license and without registration.

On Labor Day, Cecil police charged an Ohio woman with two counts of DUI following an incident on Millers Run Road at 1:10 a.m.

Police said they noticed a car driven by Tammy Lynn Avis was stopped at Millers Run and Reissing roads.

When officers approached, Avis reportedly said that she believed she had run out of gas while transporting friends home—admitting to police that she had consumed four or five beers.

A breath test showed the woman had a blood-alcohol content of .130 percent, police said.

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