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Friday, May 18, 2012

Two Cited For Underage Drinking In Coudersport

Two passengers in a vehicle that was stopped by State Police last Saturday at 2:00 am on Main Street in Coudersport Boro were cited for Underage Drinking.

Derek Joseph Glover, 18, of 241 Costello Avenue, Austin, PA, and Brittany Ann Meise, 18, of 264 A Frame Road, Coudersport, PA, were cited by Trooper Chad Savannah in District Court 55-4-01 for the summary offense.


Anonymous said...


Anonymous said...

need to go after the older person that bought it

Anonymous said...

Poster 2:20 - will they squeal?

Anonymous said...

Lets see if they rack it to them like they do others. The justice system is so unfair some get a slap on the hand and others get slammed in the slammer for the same offense.

Anonymous said...

Please 6:39 name these cases where anyone, anywhere has been put in the slammer for underage drinking?!

it's a summary fine and a loss of license!! It's illegal to give a jail sentence for this crime!!!

it's mind numbing the things that are made up over ignorance or just stupidity...

Anonymous said...

Oh Derek.. I'm surprise it took you this long to get caught with your hand in the cookie jar. I hope this sets you on the right path. Its just a little hiccup you can get it together.

Anonymous said...

Please 8pm I have a family member that was put in jail for the same exact thing so before you run your mouth maybe you should get your facts right.

Carol said...

Post 2:08, read on at the D.U.I.'s in Coudy. JERK !!!

Anonymous said...

9:10-you're family member may have been charged with UNDER AGE DRINKING but that wasn't the charge that put them in jail!!

I would bet that they were also charged with a more serious offense and that is that charge that put them in jail.

You can look it up....the maximum penalty for the charge if under age drinking is not jail time of any kind. It's impossible to give that sentence.

Either you're confused or the pot calling the kettle black!

I'm giving facts: STATE LAW FACTS. You're the one running at the mouth...

Anonymous said...


I think that your family member might not have wanted you to know the real charge.

Nobody goes to jail for underage drinking.

Anonymous said...

tell 'em what Bubba will do. then see if the tell where the booze came from.

Anonymous said...

I know a kid who was jailed overnight due to underage drinking.. i know that a night isnt much but he was jailed for it nonetheless.

Anonymous said...

he wasn't "jailed" for it!! he might have been kept there until he sobered up or until someone got him but he wasn't sentenced to jail for drinking underage!!!

Anonymous said...

Underage Drinking

Summary Offense:
Fine of up to $300 max
Jail 0-90days.

You can be sentenced jail for underage drinking(18yoa-20yoa). It is very unlikely, but it is possible and has been used on very rare occasions within Potter County in the past.

Gotta love the people who post garbage and have no clue what they are talking about. It only makes the rest of us feel dumber by reading it.

You are welcome.

Anonymous said...

§ 6308. Purchase, consumption, possession or transportation of
liquor or malt or brewed beverages.
(a) Offense defined.--A person commits a summary offense if
he, being less than 21 years of age, attempts to purchase,
purchases, consumes, possesses or knowingly and intentionally
transports any liquor or malt or brewed beverages, as defined in
section 6310.6 (relating to definitions). For the purposes of
this section, it shall not be a defense that the liquor or malt
or brewed beverage was consumed in a jurisdiction other than the
jurisdiction where the citation for underage drinking was
(b) Penalty.--In addition to the penalty imposed pursuant to
section 6310.4 (relating to restriction of operating
privileges), a person convicted of violating subsection (a) may
be sentenced to pay a fine of not more than $500 for the second
and each subsequent violation.

From the PA Crimes Code!!!

No jail time listed under penalty!!

Anonymous said...


your answer is word for word a google search where there answer is on a question/answer page.

the 0-90 days isn't jail time, it's license suspension.

max fine is $500.00.

your welcome