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CORNPLANTER TOWNSHIP (KDKA) — A Pleasantville man is accused of driving under the influence and leaving the scene of a crash where his truck was destroyed by fire early Sunday morning.

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It happened around 5:45 a.m. on Grandview Road in Cornplanter Township.

Pennsylvania State Police say firefighters were called to the intersection of Grandview Road and Walnut Bend Road for a report of a truck on fire. Authorities say the truck was completely destroyed, and firefighters found no one was at the scene when they arrived.

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Around the time of the crash, a resident in the area called Venango County 911 after a man — later identified as Zachery Dylan Plemmons, of Pleasantville — knocked on his door and asked to use his phone to call for a ride. The resident said Plemmons appeared to be under the influence and after asking to use his phone, Plemmons fell asleep in a chair on the resident’s side porch.

Plemmons was taken into custody for operating a vehicle while under the influence of drugs.

He is facing multiple charges, including DUI, leaving the scene of an accident and reckless driving.

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Plemmons was also under Crawford County court supervision for another criminal case.