Police Issue Citations for Underage Drinking, Careless Driving

Incidents and arrests as reported by the Lower Southampton Police Department.

The following arrest information was supplied by the Lower Southampton Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.

Liquor Laws -- Underage Drinking
300 block of Heights Ln, Feasterville
Thursday, July 19, 2012
An anonymous complainant reported observing an intoxicated juvenile walking toward his apartment in the Chalet Village Apartment complex. Police made contact with the 13-year-old juvenile on the  playground. He initially denied drinking, but later admitted to doing so. He blew .07 on a breath test and police took him home. He was cited with underage drinking.

2800 block of Creek Rd, Langhorne
Friday, July 20, 2012
Sometime overnight, an unknown actor entered the complainant's unlocked car and removed her satellite radio.

Criminal Mischief
500 block of Walnut Ave, Trevose
Sunday, July 22, 2012
The complainant stated that someone poured an unknown liquid into his vehicle's gas tank the night before, which was parked in front of his house.

Attempted Theft
400 block of Walnut Ave, Trevose
Sunday, July 22, 2012
The complainant reported that someone entered his 2006 Hyundai Sonata overnight and went through his glove box and center console. The vehicle had been locked and the complainant showed police marks consistent with a possible lock out tool being used. Nothing was missing from the vehicle.

Philmont Ave, Feasterville
Sunday, July 22, 2012
While on patrol at 6:51 p.m., an officer was flagged down by a female passing motorist who reported a possible DUI traveling westbound on Street Road in a white Honda. The officer observed the vehicle sitting at a red light on Street Road and Bustleton Pike. When the light changed, the driver began tailgating and weaving wildly back and forth. The officer pulled the vehicle over and made contact with the driver, Marcos Cedillo-Rolendio, 40 of Bensalem. The officer immediately detected the smell of alcohol coming from the driver in addition to bloodshot eyes and slurred speech. Cedillo-Rolendio could not produce a driver's license, but gave the officer his Equador ID card. When the officer ran his information, it came back as Cedillo-Rolendio only having a PA indentification card. He failed the field sobriety tests administered to him including registering .19 percent on a breath test. Cedillo-Rolendio was placed under arrest and consented to a blood draw.

Criminal Mischief -- Graffiti
2000 block of Brownsville Rd, Trevose
Monday, July 23, 2012
The maintenance person reported to police new graffiti from the weekend around the roof of the building. Police will increase patrols in this area.

500 block of Rosewood Ave, Trevose
Monday, July 23, 2012
The complainant reported that a pair of screens for a DVD player were removed from the rear of the headrests in addition to a black DVD case containing an unknown amount of DVDs and Ipod touch were stolen from her unlocked vehicle. The total value of the stolen items is $460.

Liquor Law
Sterner Mill Rd, Feasterville
Tuesday, July 24, 2012
While on patrol, an officer observed a vehicle swerving from the East bound center lane in and out of the center lane on Street Road. The officer observed the vehicle do this three more times. The officer pulled the gold Ford sedan and made contact with the driver, Kaitlyn Ussa, 18 of Bensalem. The officer detected the smell of alcohol coming from the vehicle. In order to ensure the driver wasn't impaired, the officer administered a breath test, on which Ussa registered .03 percent. The officer also administered a breath test to Ussa's passenger, Marisa Spatafore, 18 of Bensalem, and registered .05 percent. Both will be cited for underage drinking and Ussa will be cited for careless driving.

For questions about this blotter, email nicole.jenet@patch.com.


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