On Saturday, August 2, 2020 at 1540 hours dispatchers of Lancaster Countywide Communications received a report of a green Ford pickup truck driving "all over the road" north on Beaver Valley Pike at Penn Grant Road. The witness continued to follow the vehicle as it traveled into Manor Township. A Millersville Borough Police Officer requested permission to stop the vehicle in Manor Township because of the bad driving. The vehicle was stopped on Ironstone Ridge Road. Manor Township Officer Carolyn Gundel responded to the traffic stop. Upon Officer Gundel's arrival, she detected a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage on the driver's breath. The driver was identified as Jeffrey Brunner, 59, Lancaster. Officer Gundel requested the driver turn off the vehicle and get out of it. She observed him lose his balance when exiting and he staggered when he walked. Officer Gundel administered standardized field sobriety tests and he could not satisfactorily complete them. A portable breath test showed a positive reading for alcohol. He was placed under arrest and taken back to Manor Township Police Department where he was asked to submit to a chemical test of his breath. The test showed that Brunner's blood alcohol content was .18% with the legal limit being under .08%. Based on this information, Officer Gundel filed charges of driving under the influence of alcohol (general impairment), driving under the influence of alcohol (highest rate), and driving on roadways laned for traffic. These charges were filed at MDJ Keller's office. Brunner was taken home by Officer Gundel after the test.