Anthony Grebousky, 54, 331 Susquehanna St., White Haven, has been charged with two counts of DUI. Charges were filed on December 24, 2015 by Officer Brian Macko of the Wright Township Police Department,.
According to the Affidavit of Probable Cause, Officer Macko was dispatched to a reported motor vehicle accident, vehicle over an embankment. He arrived at the scene to find the driver, Anthony Grebousky out of his vehicle uninjured. Grebousky was helped up the embankment by EMS who began to assess his condition.
As Grebousky was explaining what happened to the medical personnel, Officer Macko could detect an odor of alcoholic beverage on his breath. Grebousky’s speech was slow and slurred. He was unsteady on his feet and had to be walked to the ambulance. Once inside the ambulance, the odor of alcoholic beverage was stronger.
Unable to safey perform field sobriety tests, Officer Macko advised Grebousky that he was bring taken into custody for suspicion of Driving Under the Influence of alcohol. Macko explained that he was requesting Grebousky submit to chemical testing of his blood. A refusal to the testing is a 1-year suspension of driving privileges and that Grebousky would still be charged with DUI. Grebousky was also advised his right to counsel did not apply at this time, nor does his right to remain silent. Grebousky stated that he understood and agreed to testing.
He refused medical treatment and was transported to geisinger Wyoming Valley Hospital for testing.
Grebousky was transported to Wright Township Police Department for testing. On December 24, 2015, the testing found that Grebousky had a blood alcohol content of %.187 at the time of testing.
A preliminary hearing has been set Jan. 13 at 10:30 a. m. before Magisterial District Judge Ronald Swank.