Manor Township Police announce 3 arrests for DUI-related offenses

LANCASTER COUNTY — Manor Township Police announced that they have charged three people in separate DUI-related incidents that occurred last month.

The suspects charged are:

  • Wendy Grace Stuttler, 26, of Millersville (Driving Under the Influence of a Controlled Substance, Driving

    Stuttler

    While Operating Privilege is Suspended or Revoked, Duty of Driver in Emergency Response Area). At 6:32 p.m. on Sept. 23, police say, an officer was conducting a follow-up investigation of an earlier crash on Stone Mill Road near Schoolhouse Road when a tan Hyundai sedan driven by Stuttler failed to slow down as it passed the officer’s vehicle, and also failed to yield to oncoming traffic. The officer initiated a traffic stop at the 1700 block of Valley Forge Road, determined Stuttler was under the influence of drugs, and took her into custody, police say. A Drug Recognition Expert later determined Stuttler was under the influence of cannabis and narcotic analgesics, according to police. Stuttler allegedly refused to submit to chemical blood testing.

  • Tanner Kough Bowman-King, 24, of Lititz (Two counts of DUI, Accidents Involving Damage to Attended

    Bowman-King

    Vehicle, Careless Driving). Police say at 3:10 a.m. on Sept. 29, a gray Ford Escape struck an occupied parked vehicle on the 1500 block of Manor Boulevard and fled the scene. The victim followed the vehicle, contacted police and provided a description of the vehicle, which was shared with area police departments. An East Hempfield Township Police officer located the vehicle, stopped it on the 1300 block of Columbia Avenue, and detained Bowman-King, who was driving, police say. Bowman-King was allegedly under the influence of alcohol and taken into custody for blood and breath testing.

  • Andrew Joseph Rowe, 35, of Lancaster (Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol/General Impairment and

    Rowe

    High Rate, Duty of Driver in Emergency Response Area). Police say on Sept. 28 at 4:19 a.m., an officer was stopped in the area of Blue Rock Road and Central Manor Road with his emergency lights activated as he assisted another officer in a traffic stop. A red Nissan failed to slowe down as it passed the police vehicle, according to police. The officer performed a traffic stop on the 3200 block of Blue Rock Road and determine, Rowe, who was driving, was under the influence of alcohol. Rowe was taken to the Manor Township Police Station for a chemical breath test.

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