Posted by Reblog: Lehigh Valley News.
John Paul Robb, 36, was driving with a suspended license from a previous drunken-driving, according to court papers.
A Bethlehem Township, Pa., man yelled at the top of his lungs and uttered a slew of profanities after driving erratically and throwing a glass bottle out the passenger window of his car, police said.
John Paul Robb, 36, was driving with a suspended license from a previous drunken-driving offense when a Colonial Regional police officer stopped him at East Main and Walnut streets in Bath a little before 12:30 a.m. Nov. 24, according to court records.
The officer saw Robb make a wide turn in his blue Toyota Celica at Walnut and Main streets, police said. After he threw a glass bottle out of the window, he sped off erratically, court papers state.
Robb’s breath smelled of alcohol and he had glassy eyes and slurred, profane speech during the subsequent traffic stop, police said. He used obscenities throughout the time he was with police and struggled while being taken into custody, court documents indicated.
A blood test indicated he had a blood-alcohol content of 0.12, court documents stated. Robb has three prior arrests and convictions for driving under the influence, according to police.
He was arraigned today before District Judge John Capobianco on charges of driving under the influence, driving under the influence: high rate of alcohol, driving with a suspended license, careless driving, depositing waste on highway and disorderly conduct, according to court documents.
Robb is in Northampton County Prison in lieu of 10 percent of $5,000 bail, court documents state.