Police Blotter

There are 8 comments on the The Morning Call story from Dec 16, 2007, titled Police Blotter. In it, The Morning Call reports that:

Clint E. Zarnosky, 19, of Woodbury, N.J.; with drunken driving and underage drinking; police stopped Zarnosky about 12:30 p.m. Nov.

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what

AOL

#1 Dec 16, 2007
Ok bac was .06 legally its .08. So was this a cdl driver then? If so...then legally he would be drunk at .04 right? And why would the mcall put this in the paper...wow...
Underage

Schnecksville, PA

#2 Dec 16, 2007
Under 21 BAC is .02%.
Joe Blow

Northampton, PA

#3 Dec 16, 2007
Lower Saucon is like the world capitol for DUI/DWI arrests...if you've even gargled a cup of mouthwash, stay away from Rt. 378 or the streets leading off of it. Take another route. I know people who found out the hard way.
Lucky Me

Whitehall, PA

#4 Dec 16, 2007
3 tablespoons of Robitussen is .06
thankful

Bethlehem, PA

#5 Dec 17, 2007
Joe Blow wrote:
Lower Saucon is like the world capitol for DUI/DWI arrests...if you've even gargled a cup of mouthwash, stay away from Rt. 378 or the streets leading off of it. Take another route. I know people who found out the hard way.
They are doing their job like any other police department in the county. My uncle was killed by a drunk driver on that highway, so i'm glad.
gretty_d

Easton, PA

#6 Dec 17, 2007
what wrote:
Ok bac was .06 legally its .08. So was this a cdl driver then? If so...then legally he would be drunk at .04 right? And why would the mcall put this in the paper...wow...
Duh. The kid was 19. Not supposed to be drinking at all, in the first place.
Joe Blow

Trexlertown, PA

#7 Dec 17, 2007
I understand they are doing their job. However, they sometimes take it too far. I was once stopped on 378 because an officer saw my car "touch the yellow line" and he proceeded to give me all kinds of crap for it. This is at 4 in the afternoon. At that time, I hadn't had a drop of alcohol in about a week, so please excuse me that my driving isn't perfect 100% of the time. After making me walk the line, say the alphabet, etc. he let me go.
thankful wrote:
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They are doing their job like any other police department in the county. My uncle was killed by a drunk driver on that highway, so i'm glad.
Manny Moe and Jack

Bethlehem, PA

#8 Dec 18, 2007
Joe Blow wrote:
I understand they are doing their job. However, they sometimes take it too far. I was once stopped on 378 because an officer saw my car "touch the yellow line" and he proceeded to give me all kinds of crap for it. This is at 4 in the afternoon. At that time, I hadn't had a drop of alcohol in about a week, so please excuse me that my driving isn't perfect 100% of the time. After making me walk the line, say the alphabet, etc. he let me go.
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I agree Joe. I've been pulled over twice on Seidersville Rd, once for a headlight out and once for one of my license plate lights being out. Not drinking either time. There is a difference between doing one's job and being a DUI nazi's such as Lower Saucon is.

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