A commanding officer with the Harmony Township Police Department has been charged by Pittsburgh Police with misdemeanor driving under the influence.

Jason Vular, a 41-year-old Sergeant with Harmony Township Police, was arrested on Saturday after officers allege he crashed his truck into several parked vehicles in a parking lot in the North Shore neighborhood of Pittsburgh.

Police say the off-duty officer refused to cooperate with their field sobriety tests but did admit to having several beers at the Tequila Cowboy after a Pittsburgh Pirates game.

Vular was charged via summons by Pittsburgh Police as is standard in DUI cases. Court dockets show a preliminary hearing in the case has been scheduled for July 7th.

John Paul
John Paul is the founder of the Beaver Countian. He reports full-time for the site, specializing in investigative journalism with an emphasis on public corruption.

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Tom Zdrahal
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Tom Zdrahal

Ctfu

Tom Zdrahal
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Tom Zdrahal

Bet he don’t lose his job. Evidence will be missing.

Nikki Parsons
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Nikki Parsons

He also refused to take a breathalyzer, which is an automatic one year suspension of his license.

How is he supposed to do his job with a suspended license?

namvet62
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namvet62

Let the cover up begin !!!

Shaun Glasser
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Shaun Glasser

And standard dui do get a summons in the mail, after they bond out of jail. Usually 5-10k bail.. special treatment?!?!

Smoke in Mirrors
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Wrong. No one goes to jail immediately following a DUI. You get released that night, unless there is some type of underlying circumstance; so just stop with the conspiracy theories. Volar has been a filthy drunk for years, tho. It’s no secret.