Pa. man nabbed for DUI at state police barracks

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CORRY, Pa. - State police say a man showed up at a northwestern Pennsylvania barracks by driving under the influence of alcohol.

Troopers from the Corry barracks tell the Titusville Herald (http://bit.ly/LCkklX ) that 49-year-old Timothy Shrock came to the barracks Thursday to be fingerprinted for another recent offense. That's when troopers determined he was drunk, processed him and released him. He'll be mailed a summons to answer the drunken driving charge.

Online court records don't list an attorney for Shrock, whose home phone number was disconnected Friday.

Court records show he was charged with public drunkenness, harassment and other crimes by the state police at the same barracks last month.

Police say Shrock showed up drunk to be fingerprinted on the charges about 11:20 a.m. Thursday.

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