Cops Claim Man Who Crashed Into Traffic Light Was Under The Influence
By Hilde Kate Lysiak
November 8, 2018
A Mifflinburg man was charged after allegedly crashing his car into a traffic light pole in Snyder County while under the influence on 10/21/18, according to police.
Bradley Eugene Kilmer, 25, was allegedly caught after a driver had witnessed Kilmer crash into a traffic sign on the side of an intersection on RT 15.
“Kilmer related that he was at his friends house in Shamokin Dam. He was headed home to Mifflinburg. He said that he was traveling north on SR 15 the traffic light turned yellow. He hit the brakes slid through the intersection and hit the pole. Kilmer said that he called his mother to pick him up. He was sitting on the hill across the road waiting for her to arrive,” read the criminal complaint.
When police arrived at the scene they soon realized that Kilmer was under the influence.
“As I spoke to Kilmer I noticed his eyes were blood shot and had constricted pupils. He was also speaking slowly. Kilmer admitted to taking Suboxone and Xanax. He said that his license was suspended for DUI. Kilmer showed me a prescription pill bottle for Doxepin. The bottle contained two different pills in tin foil. He put all his prescriptions for Xanax and Suboxone into the one bottle,” read the criminal complaint.
Kilmer was tested and the test results found that he had Alperazolan in his system and more.
Kilmer was charged with Driving Under the Influence, Driving while operating privilege is suspended or revoked, and more.
A hearing will be held on 12/10, at 10:00, at 1025 us rt 522, in Selinsgrove Pa.