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On Nov. 24, 2014, James ran a stop sign near the Washington State Fairgrounds in Puyallup and struck Renz. When police arrived, James’ eyes appeared “watery and bloodshot,” and she admitted to taking an anti-depressant and smoking marijuana prior to driving. A drug recognition expert examined James and determined that she was “impaired and unable to operate a motor vehicle safely.” James’ blood samples were sent to the Washington State Patrol’s Toxicology Lab for analysis. Results are pending.
Happy Valley, Ore. – The Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office reports that the driver of a SUV that hit two motorcycles, killing one of the riders, on Hwy 212 and SE 142nd on May 13, 2014 was indicted for several crimes.
After an investigation by the Happy Valley Police Department Adam Lee Schuler, 43, of Milwaukie was indicted by the Clackamas County Grand Jury for Manslaughter II, Driving under the Influence of Intoxicants, and Reckless Endangering.
Preliminary investigation revealed a black Audi TT was driving westbound on Central Avenue when it crossed the centerline and struck a silver Toyota Yaris head-on.
The 60-year-old female driver of the Yaris, Marie Elaine Higgs, was declared dead at the scene by fire department paramedics.
Cottrell, during the pursuit, returned to his residence where he drove his truck into the home. Simpsonville Fire Department responded to extricate Mr. Cottrell from the vehicle at which time he was arrested.
The driver of the vehicle, Justin Cottrell, age 31, of Kalamazoo Michigan, was arrested and charged with DUI 1st Off (Aggravated), Reckless Driving, Fleeing or Evading Police 1st Degree (Motor Vehicle), and Speeding. Additional charges are pending from the Simpsonville Police Department.
DUI WARRANT SWEEP: On 12-13-14, officers from the Ceres Police Department, Modesto Police Department, Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Department and the Stanislaus County Probation Department conducted a warrant sweep. The target of the warrant sweep was to arrest individuals who had outstanding warrants for Driving Under the Influence (DUI). The following people were arrested and booked into the Stanislaus County Jail:
CRANSTON, RHODE ISLAND – Three drivers were arrested for DWI in Cranston, Rhode Island in the past few days, according to Cranston Police Chief Col. Michael J. Winquist.
Chief Winquist announced that the operators arrested were responsible for three separate motor vehicle wrecks two of which involved Cranston police vehicles. In one crash, a Cranston Police Officer was injured when his cruiser was hit by a drunk driver
Maryland: State Police Prince Frederick Barrack reports DUI arrests for Dec. 15, 2014; cab = $25, lawyer = $10,000