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Man charged after urinating outside car

The Tribune-Review
| Wednesday, September 13, 2006 12:00 a.m

An Allegheny County man is facing charges after police said they found him urinating outside his vehicle on the entrance ramp to the turnpike’s Irwin interchange.

Edward C. Kruck, 51, of 206 Enger Ave., Ross Township, is charged with driving under the influence, open lewdness and careless driving. He faces a preliminary hearing Oct. 11 before North Huntingdon District Judge Douglas Weimer.

According to police, a motorist reported a black Chrysler New Yorker was driving below the speed limit and swerving between the left and right westbound lanes of Route 30, preventing other cars from passing him. The caller told police the car exited Route 30 at the entrance ramp to the turnpike.

Police said they arrived at the eastbound entrance ramp and observed a Chrysler with the hood raised and Kruck standing in front of the car urinating and exposing his genitals to passing motorists on the westbound ramp. After exiting the ramp and re-entering at the turnpike’s westbound entrance, police said they found Kruck inside his vehicle with the engine running and his foot on the brake.

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