Documents: Intoxicated man with firearm arrested in Dundee on several charges

Authorities say an intoxicated Pennsylvania man was arrested after they received a report of a suspicious character attempting to gain access to cars and homes.

Casey Ray Culp, 40, of Chalfont, Pa., was arrested for attempted burglary first degree, possession of a firearm by a felon, carrying weapons and consumption of alcohol in a public place, July 4.

According to court documents, dispatch received complaints of a male subject walking around Dundee attempting to enter vehicles and a residence.

Authorities located Culp near the city limits of Dundee around 10 p.m. and when contacted, he was unable to explain why he was in the area or what he was doing that evening, documents state.

Culp was allegedly emitting a strong odor of alcohol and was placed in the rear of a deputy’s squad car.

Upon patting Culp down, authorities located a firearm in the back left pocket of his pants, documents state, and he was subsequently placed under arrest and transported to the Delaware County Jail. Arrest documents state Culp is a convicted felon and unable to legally possess a firearm.

At the jail, Culp admitted to smoking marijuana and drinking tequila earlier that evening.

Online court records show Culp is eligible for court-appointed counsel and has a preliminary hearing scheduled for July 12.