San Diego Man Facing Drug Charges Following Lebanon County Crash
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By CHRIS A. COUROGEN, The Patriot-News
May 13, 2010, 9:55AM
CHRIS A. COUROGEN, Of The Patriot-NewsA San Diego man is facing drug charges after police said a paramedic discovered a small amount of marijuana in his pocket as he was being transported to the hospital following an early morning crash in Lebanon County. State police said James D. Gibbons, 21, was a passenger in a car that hit another vehicle head-on on state Route 343 in Bethel Township.
According to police, Kimberly L. Sourwine, 24, of Lebanon, was driving a Honda Civic that turned on to Route 343 from Golf Road and struck a GMC Sonoma driven by Timothy J. Meck, 50, of Lebanon. Sourwine, who had been headed west on Golf Road, was attempting to turn north on Route 343, but turned into the southbound lane. The crash happened just before 2:40 a.m.
Sourwine, who was not wearing a seat belt, Gibbons and another passenger in Sourwine’s car, Cory D. Shay, 29, of Lebanon, were taken by ambulance to Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center following the crash. No details were available on their injuries or condition.
Police said they are continuing their investigation and are awaiting the results of blood alcohol tests on Sourwine before deciding on any charges related to the crash. Gibbons will be charged with an unspecified violation of Act 64, the state’s controlled substances and drug law.
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