Christmas, New Year's crackdown on Harford highways ends with DUI, drug arrests

January 03, 2012|AEGIS STAFF REPORT

Maryland State Police troopers in Harford County have posted the results of traffic citations and arrests in conjunction with their enforcement efforts in support of the National Drunk and Drugged Driving initiative between Dec. 12 and Monday, Jan. 2.

During the initiative troopers targeted impaired drivers in support of Maryland's highway safety goals, according to a news release from the Bel Air Barrack.

According to the release, Bel Air Barrack troopers issued more than 1,000 citations and warnings and conducted more than 700 traffic stops during the first period between Dec. 12 and Dec. 26.

During the enforcement period between Dec. 27 and Monday, Bel Air Barrack troopers issued more than 400 citations and warnings and conducted more than 300 traffic stops.

It was also noted there were no fatal traffic crashes investigated by Harford County troopers during either enforcement period.

The following drivers were charged with drinking and driving offenses:

Craig Poorbaugh Jr., 21, of Bel Air; Ronald Ziegler Jr., 23, of Fallston; Sarah Meehan, 25, of Baltimore; Emily Hess, 20, of Phoenix; Alexandria Smith, 23, of Joppa; Kristin Testerman, 39, of Bel Air; Edward Andrews, 24, of Bel Air; Marlene Wood, 42, of Parkville; Conor Cox, 24, of Forest Hill; Velvet McCoy, 47, of Edgewood; Jose Contreras, 29, of Nottingham; Stephanie Holstein, 27, of Abingdon; Keith Sigafoose, 52, of Aberdeen; August Stanley Jr., 19, of Churchville; Brett Shumaker, 30, of Harwood; Debby Wienecke, 56, of Middle River; Jaireece Hobbs, 25, of Berlin; Ann Devine, 47, of Edgewood; Richard Tarr, 57, of Forest Hill; Emma Densmore, 28, of Aberdeen; and Kristofer Bundy, 20, of Bel Air.

The following people were charged with narcotics-related offenses:

August Stanley, Jr., 19, of Churchville; Conor Cox, 24, of Forest Hill; Robert Presberry Jr., 23, of Belcamp; Sara Bauland, 19, of Bel Air; and Allen Holmes 3rd, 29, of Edgewood.

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