A Unityville man faces multiple felony charges after allegedly injuring three minor females, for whom he allegedly purchased alcohol, in a one-vehicle crash.
Jeremy Scott Masser, 24, of 6406 Route 42, Unityville, faces charges that include three counts of felony aggravated assault by vehicle while driving under the influence, three felony counts of an accident involving injuries while not properly licensed, three counts of furnishing alcohol to minors, driving while intoxicated, and multiple summary offenses.
According to reports, on June 27 police responded to a one-vehicle crash on Route 554 near Skyline Drive in Washington Township. Police suspected that Masser, who allegedly was driving at the time of the crash, was intoxicated.
Masser was asked to perform several field sobriety tests, which he failed, according to police.
Masser's three passengers, all underage females, suffered "serious injuries" in the wreck, according to police.
Two of the juveniles provided written statements to police claiming Masser was the one driving at the time of the crash, and that he had bought all three girls Bud Light beer to drink.
Surveillance video from a gas station also shows Masser operating the vehicle before the crash.
In the affidavit, police noted that Masser's vehicle had no insurance, registration, inspection or current plates. According to reports, "the inspection sticker was a handmade counterfeit inspection sticker."
A blood test later revealed that Masser's blood alcohol content was 0.14 percent.
Masser was arraigned before District Judge Jon E. Kemp on Sept. 6. He remains incarcerated in lieu of $45,000 bail.