A woman charged with driving under the influence of alcohol in Upper St. Clair Township had her preliminary hearing at the Bethel Park-Upper St. Clair magistrate's office on Monday waived for Allegheny County Court.
An Upper St. Clair police officer stopped a vehicle being driven by Haylee Jordan Gardner, 23, of Druid Drive in Peters Township, at around 1:40 a.m. on Aug. 10, according to court documents.
Police report that, while driving on Johnston and McMurray roads, Gardner's vehicle crossed the fog lines on the right edges of those roadways five times prior to being stopped.
The officer who stopped Gardner reported smelling alcohol and put her through a field-sobriety test, which the officer reported that she performed poorly on.
She was then arrested and taken to the Upper St. Clair police station, where she failed a breath-analyzer test, according to the officer.
Gardner's formal arraignment at the county courthouse is scheduled for Nov. 1.