Three men were charged with DUI and related offenses on Dec. 17, stemming from separate incidents throughout the fall in which they allegedly had “high” or “highest” blood alcohol rates, according to court records.
Kevin F. McCorry, of Souderton, was arrested by the Pennsylvania State Police in Perkiomen Township on Nov. 22 and was charged with DUI at a high rate of alcohol level, between .10 and .16.
McCorry, 24, was also charged with driving an unregistered vehicle, disregarding a traffic lane and careless driving, according to court records.
The Pennsylvania State Police arrested Jeffrey Weigand, of Collegeville, in Skippack Township on Dec. 10.
On Dec. 17, Weigand, 44, was charged with DUI of the highest rate – meaning a blood alcohol lever of over .16 - improper signaling, driving without a license, and parking in a handicapped zone, among other summary offenses.
Telford resident Michael P. Murray, 54, was arrested by the Lower Salford Township Police Department on Oct. 21 and has been charged with a DUI at the highest rate and restrictions on alcoholic beverages.
All three defendants are awaiting preliminary hearings with Magisterial District Judge Albert J. Augustine.
Editor's note: The following items include information provided by the Pennsylvania Unified Judicial System. Arrests and charges, where they are mentioned, do not indicate conviction.