A man faces charges of public drunkenness after registering a .249% BAC at the Philmont Train Station.
A man in his 20's fell off the train while attempting to exit on to the platform at the Philmont Train Station. A witness told police the man was leaning against a railing next to the railroad tracks acting confused. According to the police, the man had poor balance and had slurred speech when they arrived. A broken 40-ounce bottle of beer was leaking on the ground next to the man. The man was given a breathe test that revealed a .249 percent BAC. He faces charges of public drunkenness. The Lower Moreland Police Department and Bryn Athyn Ambulance responded to the scene. The preceding information was supplied by the Lower Moreland Police Department.
A man reported that his tire was slashed while parked at the Philmont Train Station.
The following information was supplied by the Lower Moreland Police Department: The owner of a 2011 Mercedes-Benz GLK 350 called the Lower Moreland Police Department to report the rear left tire was slashed while parked at the Philmont Train Station on Feb. 14. He dropped his car off at 7 a.m. for his morning commute and noticed the damage when he returned at 5:30 p.m. There was a note left on his car, which appeared to be written on a scrap piece of newspaper. The note said: Guy who did it was in spot 20 tan Ford SUV. The owner said he does not know who would do that to his car, and does not suspect anyone at this time. Police are reviewing surveillance video from the train station.