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Kenneth F. Szczesny Jr., 28, of Kenosha, also was charged with reckless homicide and improper lane usage in connection with the crash that resulted in the death of Gordon Searle, 46, of Lindenhurst
One person arrested on suspicion of DUI in one of three collisions, one of which was fatal, on Interstate Highway 880 in Hayward early Thursday morning has been identified as an Oakland man, according to the California Highway Patrol.
Chad Raynor was arrested on suspicion of DUI in a collision on northbound Highway 880 near the West A street off-ramp, CHP officials said
Initial reports indicate that one vehicle was traveling north on 56 Highway when it was struck by the other vehicle traveling west on 159th Street. The driver and sole occupant of the vehicle traveling north, a 31 year old male, was transported to the hospital and later pronounced deceased.
District Attorney Daryl Bailey was at the scene of the crash and called it a DUI Homicide investigation.
“A family was on their way to celebrate Thanksgiving and now they are planning a funeral,” Bailey said. “Please be careful on the roadway and never allow someone to drive drunk. It’s good for people to have fun with family and friends, but remember, if you have anything to drink, you shouldn’t drive. Driving drunk is a crime.
A St. Petersburg man with a long criminal record of cocaine, grand theft and failing to appear to answer charges of driving without a license or registration killed a husband and wife on Thanksgiving Day and now is sitting in the Pinellas County jail on a million dollar bond.
South Carolina: Horry County Sheriff reports DUI arrest bookings for Nov. 26, 2014; Thigpen’s Quarterback DUI Sneak at Wendy’s Drive-Thru
CLEVELAND – An exclusive 5 On Your Side investigation analyzed thousands of DUI accidents over ten counties and reveals Northeast Ohio’s deadliest DUI crash zones.
Relying on crash data obtained from the Ohio Department of Public Safety, our investigation mapped every alcohol related crash from 2009 through 2013.
We found 17,454 alcohol related crashes that included 449 deaths and 7,665 injuries throughout Ashtabula, Cuyahoga, Geauga, Lake, Lorain, Medina, Portage, Stark, Summit and Tuscarawas counties.
(College Park, MD) – Investigators from the Maryland State Police Criminal Enforcement Division are investigating an attempted suicide after a drunk driver, involved in a car crash, was taken into police custody.
The drunk driver is not being identified at this time due to pending charges. He attempted suicide after being arrested for DUI on the scene of a car crash in Prince George’s County. He is currently being treated at University of Maryland Shock Trauma in Baltimore. Charges are pending for the crash, the DUI and for drug possession.
Shortly before midnight Nov. 14, 2014, a state trooper from the College Park Barrack was dispatched to a crash on the inner loop of I-495 at the Baltimore-Washington Parkway. The preliminary crash investigation indicates the arrestee was driving a 2006 Lexus passenger vehicle when he struck the rear of a vehicle traveling in front of him. The crash injured two of the three occupants in that vehicle.