Amish Horse and Buggy Pulled Over, Occupants Cited for Underage Drinking: Police
The Pennsylvania State Police said they stopped the horse and buggy because “multiple Amish juveniles” were riding unsafely.
Four Amish people have been charged with underage drinking after a traffic stop of a horse and buggy, Pennsylvania authorities said.
At about 7:06 p.m. earlier this month, the Pennsylvania State Police said a trooper saw “multiple Amish juveniles” riding unsafely in a horse and buggy, according to a news release.
The trooper then pulled over the buggy, police said.
All four occupants were charged with underage drinking, authorities said. Their ages ranged from 17 to 20.
The 20-year-old at the reins was also charged with driving under the influence, police said.
The names of those charged were not released in the press statement.
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