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Royersford Police Blotter

Two DUI incidents were logged this week.

The following items include information provided by the Royersford Police Department. Arrests, where they are mentioned, do not indicate conviction.

The Royersford Police Department responded to 69 incidents between September 18 and September 25, 2012. 

Lewis Road DUI

Shortly after midnight on September 21, Corporal Thomas Nerlinger stopped a car on Lewis Road that had run up on a curb while making a turn. 

The driver pulled over in a parking lot on Lewis Road. Nerlinger reported that while he was behind the vehicle, the driver allegedly reversed and almost struck Nerlinger's patrol car. 

Nerlinger administered a certified breath test to the driver, 24-year-old Paul Vrabel of Royersford. 

Vrabel's blood-alcohol content, according to the breath test, was reportedly .213 percent, which is over two-and-a-half times the legal limit of .08. 

Charges are still pending. 

Not actually from South Carolina

On September 24, just before 9:00pm, Officer Thomas Godin saw a vehicle blocking the road in the 300 block of Summer Street. 

When Godin approached the vehicle to try to get it to move to a safer location, he noticed two occupants in the vehicle. 

The driver identified himself as Dylan Culbreath, a South Carolina resident, gave a date of birth of January 31, 1990 and reportedly told Officer Godin that he did not have identification with him.

Further investigation showed that the driver was providing false identification, was under 21 years of age and was operating a motor vehicle under the influence. The driver was identified as 18-year-old Dylan Culbreth of Royersford.

Charges are pending against Culbreth. He was also arrested in August 2012 by the Royersford Police Department in connection with an incident at Victory Park. 

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