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Mercury News editorial: California should lower DUI alcohol level
San Jose Mercury News - 8 hours ago
Every hour in the United States, one person dies and three people suffer debilitating injuries from crashes involving drunk drivers. All told, that adds up to nearly 10,000 deaths and 30,000 serious injuries a year. It’s a tragic reality Americans don’t have to …
Chicago Tribune - 11 hours ago
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The top transportation safety agency voted on Tuesday to recommend a lower blood alcohol limit for drivers, advancing its campaign to cut down on drinking-related road deaths through a stricter definition of impairment.
Baltimore Sun - 12 hours ago
The entire undergraduate student bodies of the Johns Hopkins University and the U.S. Naval Academy combined. The population of Bel Air, according to the 2010 U.S. Census. The average attendance at a Hershey Bears hockey game (the highest in the …
Houston Chronicle - 13 hours ago
Lifeloc Technologies encourages law makers to support the National Transportation Safety Board recommendation for lowering of the legal driving limit from .08 BAC to .05 BAC. Wheat Ridge, CO (PRWEB) May 16, 2013. The statistics are sobering or should …
San Francisco Chronicle (blog) - 16 hours ago
Saying more needs to be done to combat DUI-related deaths, the National Transportation Safety Board wants states to reduce the legal limit that constitutes drunken driving from 0.08 percent to 0.05 percent. But don’t hold your breath — the board has no …
Politico - 18 hours ago
Republicans have a message for federal safety regulators who want to dramatically lower the legal alcohol limit for drivers: Washington needs to butt out. GOP leaders on Capitol Hill said the legal limit on blood-alcohol content should be left to state …
Salt Lake Tribune - May 15, 2013
Legislature » A key senator says Utah will seriously study feds’ advice to lower blood-alcohol limit from 0.08 to 0.05. By dawn house. and Steve Oberbeck. | The Salt Lake Tribune. First Published May 15 2013 05:17 pm • Last Updated May 16 2013 10:02 am …
Wall Street Journal - May 15, 2013
Restaurant groups on Wednesday criticized a recommendation that states adopt a stricter threshold for legal blood-alcohol levels in automobile drivers, arguing that such a move would hurt the industry without significantly improving safety. The National …
Christian Science Monitor - May 15, 2013
Enlarge. On its surface, the recommendation seems simple: reduce the legal limit for blood-alcohol content (BAC), and drunken-driving fatalities will fall, too. Skip to next paragraph. Related stories. How much do you know about gas prices? Take our quiz!
MSNBC - May 15, 2013
The National Transportation Safety Board wants states to drop the current blood alcohol level threshold for drunk driving from .08 to .05—a drop of more than a third that has received criticism from restaurant owners. Generally, it takes about three drinks for a …
Washington Post - May 15, 2013
Seeking to toughen the allowable alcohol limit for drivers, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) is calling on states to lower the legal blood alcohol content (BAC) to 0.05 or lower from the current 0.08. The intent behind the proposed new standard …
Slate Magazine (blog) - May 15, 2013
Crime is Slate’s crime blog. Like us on Facebook, and follow us on Twitter @slatecrime. On Tuesday, the National Transportation Safety Board issued a report offering several recommendations on how to reduce drunk driving in the United States. The most …
San Jose Mercury News - May 15, 2013
A federal proposal to lower the drunken driving threshold was met with lukewarm enthusiasm from safety groups and concerns from the beverage industry that the government is going too far. The National Transportation Safety Board on Tuesday voted to …
Baltimore Sun - May 15, 2013
Even moderate drinking before driving could become illegal if a federal safety panel’s recommendation Tuesday is enacted eventually by the states. The National Transportation Safety Board recommended that states cut their thresholds for drunken driving by …
Newsday - May 15, 2013
WASHINGTON – With drunken driving still a stubborn national problem that accounts for one-third of all traffic deaths, federal safety regulators Tuesday called on states to take a dramatic step: lower the legal limit for drivers’ blood-alcohol content from 0.08 …
TIME - May 15, 2013
The government wants to drop the blood alcohol limit for being legally drunk in order to avoid drunk driving fatalities. Currently, any driver found with a blood alcohol content (BAC) of .08 or more is considered unfit to be behind the wheel, and can be arrested.
Business Standard - May 15, 2013
The US government wants states to crack down more on people driving under the influence of alcohol by lowering the permitted blood-alcohol limit. It is now at 0.8 gram of alcohol per liter of blood. The National Transportation Safety Board said yesterday it …
Philly.com - May 15, 2013
With drunken driving still a national problem that accounts for one-third of all traffic deaths, federal safety regulators Tuesday called on states to take a dramatic step: Lower the legal limit for drivers’ blood-alcohol content to the level of a single dry martini.
Kansas City Star - May 14, 2013
The beer that turns out to be “one too many” could soon be the one before that. Order Reprints. File photo by Jill Toyoshiba The National Transportation Safety Board’s call for a lower blood alcohol limit is only a recommendation, but there is precedent for …
New York Times - May 14, 2013
WASHINGTON — Thousands of people are killed or injured every year by drivers who have not reached the legal standard for being drunk but who have a reduced ability to see, make decisions or operate a vehicle, the National Transportation Safety Board …
Boston Herald - May 14, 2013
The Bay State chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Driving isn’t backing a federal proposal to lower the legal blood-alcohol limit from .08 to .05, saying there are better ways to make the roads safer. “We believe right now, we ought to just maintain the .08 …
Dallas Morning News - May 14, 2013
Dallas police officers conduct a traffic stop before arresting the occupants for outstanding warrants in the Pleasant Grove area. The car was pulled over as it had expired registration, the driver was also found drinking a beer. The Dallas Morning News …
MiamiHerald.com - May 14, 2013
WASHINGTON — The National Transportation Safety Board recommended Tuesday that states lower their threshold for drunken driving with the goal of reducing alcohol-related fatal crashes, which have held steady for much of the past 15 years. The board …
Wall Street Journal - May 14, 2013
Federal transportation-safety officials Tuesday proposed nearly halving drivers’ legal blood-alcohol limit to reduce alcohol-related traffic accidents, a move that would mean more drivers could be cited for drinking as little as one beer or glass of wine.
Fox News - May 14, 2013
WASHINGTON – A federal agency is proposing that states lower the threshold for drunken driving to the point where a woman could be charged for driving after one drink and a man after two in a move officials say would save thousands of lives. The National …
NBCNews.com - May 14, 2013
The National Transportation Safety Board is advising states to lower the Blood Alcohol Level that defines drunk driving from .08 to .05, which they say is the level at which many drivers’ vision can be affected. NBC’s Tom Costello reports. Share This: facebook …
Newsday - May 14, 2013
One drink for a 120 pound woman, two drinks for a 160 pound man. That’s all it would take to be considered legally drunk under a new federal recommendation to lower the driving while intoxicated blood-alcohol limit from .08 percent to .05 percent.
CNN - May 14, 2013
Washington (CNN) — A common benchmark in the United States for determining when a driver is legally drunk is not doing enough to prevent alcohol-related crashes that kill about 10,000 people each year and should be made more restrictive, transportation …
San Francisco Chronicle - May 14, 2013
(Updates with opposition to proposal in second paragraph.) May 14 (Bloomberg) — A National Transportation Safety Board recommendation for states to lower the definition of drunken driving to a blood-alcohol reading of no more than .05 percent failed to …
ABC News - May 14, 2013
A leading government safety entity is calling on the U.S. to lower the allowable blood alcohol level for drivers by 35 percent. The board of the National Transportation Safety Board this morning recommended that the blood alcohol content, or BAC, from .08 …
Its hard to walk a straight line with a rock in your shoe! Democrat Ted Vick had a funny story to tell about why he couldn’t walk straight!
From Myrtle Beach Online
COLUMBIA, S.C. — A South Carolina state representative has been arrested on the Statehouse grounds and charged with driving under the influence, his second such charge in less than a year, but his lawyer said his client was not impaired.
State Rep. Ted Vick, D-Chesterfield, was arrested at around 11 p.m. Tuesday by the Bureau of Protective Services, according to Department of Public Safety spokeswoman Sherri Iacobelli (YAK’-a-bel-ee).
An officer saw Vick stumbling as he walked into a parking garage on the Statehouse grounds in Columbia. Vick got into his car and hit a cone before the officer could catch up and ask him to stop.
Vick smelled like alcohol and refused field sobriety tests, according to an incident report. The officer called for backup, and Vick was eventually placed into handcuffs and taken to the Richland County jail, authorities said.
But Vick’s lawyer, fellow Rep. Todd Rutherford, said Vick was not impaired. Vick was walking funny because he had a rock in his shoe, said Rutherford, D-Columbia. ….MORE
Gabriel Lee Gratto
From Myrtle Beach Online
MYRTLE BEACH — A Myrtle Beach man was charged with felony driving under the influence in connection with a vehicle crash Wednesday night that killed a woman as she drove along Prestwick Club Drive, according to authorities.
Gabriel Lee Gratto, 28, of Myrtle Beach was booked into J. Reuben Long Detention Center at 12:13 a.m. Thursday and is being held there pending a bond hearing, according to jail records.
Gratto is charged with felony DUI in connection with the crash that happened about 7:30 p.m. Wednesday on Secondary Highway 394, said Sgt. Bob Beres with the S.C. Highway Patrol.
Joan Errickson, 56, of Myrtle Beach died from multiple traumas she suffered in the crash, Horry County Deputy …..MORE
13/Feb 0329, MICHAEL SMITHSON, 813 48TH AVE, N MYRTLE BEACH SC 29577545065-05-2930|1ST DUI / DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE – 1ST OFFENSE
13/Feb 2245, EDWARD DUELLEY, 1520 TAURUS LN, SURFSIDE SC 29577 56-01-0460(A)(1)(A) TRAFFIC / DUS, LIC NOT SUSP DUI- 1ST OFF
14/Feb 2144, JANICE SIMMONS, 1325 FORESTBROOK RD., MYRTLE BEACH SC 29579 56-05-2930|081ST DUI / DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE, .08, 1ST OFFENSE
14/Feb 1435, FLORA ANZISI, 354 CAROLINA FARMS MBLYV RD, MYRTLE BEACH SC 29579 56-01-0460(A)(1)(A TRAFFIC / DUS, LIC NOT SUSP DUI- 1ST OFF
15/Feb 0224 PHILLIP ATKINS, 411 BELLMOUNT LN KINGS WILLIAMS VA 23086 56-01-0460(A)(1)(A) TRAFFIC / DUS, LIC NOT SUSP DUI- 1ST OFF
15/Feb 0358 WILLIAM BATES 6505 BRYANT ST MYRTLE BEACH SC 29577 56-05-2930|081ST DUI / DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE, .08, 1ST OFFENSE
16/Feb 0325 TYLER YONGUE 132 AVONDALE DR MYRTLE BEACH SC 29588545062-05-2930|1ST DUI / DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE – 1ST OFFENSE
16/Feb 2123 JOSHUA HULL 6026 WILD LIFE LN CONWAY SC 29527615765-05-2930|1ST DUI / DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE – 1ST OFFENSE
16/Feb 0856 JOSEPH KING 818 48TH AVE N MYRTLE BEACH SC 29577 56-05-2930|1ST DUI / DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE – 1ST OFFENSE
16/Feb 2010 KRISTIAN EDWARDS 1 HOMELESS ST MYRTLE BEACH SC 29577 56-01-0460(A)(1)(A) TRAFFIC / DUS, LIC NOT SUSP DUI- 1ST OFF
16/Feb 0215 AMANDA LAMB, 5455 ALLIGATOR RD NWASH NC 28420 56-05-2930|1ST DUI / DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE – 1ST OFFENSE
17/Feb 0203 JEFFREY FIELD, 200 ATOLL DR MYRTLE BEACH SC 29588125766-05-2930|1ST DUI / DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE – 1ST OFFENSE
17/Feb 0200 ANTHONY CLEMENTE , 510 63RD AVE N MYRTLE BEACH SC 29577 56-05-2930|081ST DUI / DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE, .08, 1ST OFFENSE
19/Feb 1507 CLYDE DILL , 1016 KINGS ROAD CONWAY SC 29526 56-01-0460(A)(1)(A) TRAFFIC / DUS, LIC NOT SUSP DUI- 1ST OFF
20/Feb 0145 JOSEPH DE-NINO, 129 REXFORD CT MYRTLE BEACH SC 29579735766-05-2930|081ST DUI / DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE, .08, 1ST OFFENSE
21/Feb 2237 JENNIFER LINDSAY, 545 WHITE RIVER DR MYRTLE BEACH SC 29579135260-05-2933|101ST DUI / DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE, .10, 1ST OFFENSE
21/Feb 0209 ALEXANDER CICCONE 4430 LADY BANKS LN MURRELLS INLETSC 29576435464-05-2930|1ST DUI / DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE – 1ST OFFENSE
22/Feb 0158 JOSHUA DAVIS 790 HOWARD ST MYRTLE BEACH ,SC 29577 56-05-2930|081ST DUI / DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE, .08, 1ST OFFENSE
23/Feb 0350 ARARBEIGOILA RODRIGUEZ- 421 ANDREW CORLEY, LEXINGTON, SC 29072 56-05-2930|081ST DUI / DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE,.08, 1ST OFFENSE
23/Feb 0900 ASHLEY GREGOR 128 RANCHETTE CIRCLE MYRTLE BEACH, SC 29588 56-05-2930|081ST DUI / DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE, .08, 1ST OFFENSE
23/Feb 0217 ERIK HARVEY 4924 SIGNATURE DR AP, MYRTLE BEACH, SC 29579095767-05-2930|1ST DUI / DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE – 1ST OFFENSE
23/Feb 0833 TYRONE THOMPSON 4798 MONTAQUE ST MURRELLS INLET, SC 29576 56-05-2930|081ST DUI / DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE, .08, 1ST OFFENSE
23/Feb 1057 MICHAEL HAYNES 4275 LILAC ROAD MYRTLE BEACH, SC 29588 56-05-2930|081ST DUI / DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE, .08, 1ST OFFENSE
23/Feb 0135 ISIAH HASBERRY 657 PARKERSVILLE RO PAWLEYS ISLAND,SC 29585 56-01-0460(A)(1)(A TRAFFIC / DUS, LIC NOT SUSP DUI- 1ST OFF
23/Feb 0656 ANDREW MCCULLOCH 331 RED FOX CIR MYRTLE BEACH SC 29579 56-05-2930|081ST DUI / DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE, .08, 1ST OFFENSE
23/Feb 1936 TERRY HARDIN 304 1ST AVE N MYRTLE BEACH SC 29577 56-01-0460(A)(1)(A) TRAFFIC / DUS, LIC NOT SUSP DUI- 1ST OFF OFFENSE
24/Feb 0809 IRVIN JOHNSON 1894 HERITAGE LOOP MYRTLE BEACH SC 29577 56-01-0460(A)(1)(A) TRAFFIC / DUS, LIC NOT SUSP DUI- 1ST OFF
24/Feb 0417 CLEAVON DANTZLER 310 MCFARLIN ST KINGSTREE SC 29556 56-05-2930|081ST DUI / DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE, .08, 1ST OFFENSE
24/Feb 0458 ARISTEO OGELA 610 63RD AVE N MYRTLE BEACH SC 29572 56-05-2930|081ST DUI / DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE, .08, 1ST OFFENSE
24/Feb 0759 CHELSEA WIERSZEWSKI 12 RYAN LN MYRTLE BEACH SC 29579 56-05-2930|1ST DUI / DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE – 1ST OFFENSE
24/Feb 0227 CHRISTIAN PIGOTT 7265 SEASHELL LN SW OCEAN ISLE BCHNC 28469425064-05-2930|1ST DUI / DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE – 1ST OFFENSE
25/Feb 2313 BRIAN THOMPSON 3919 HALYARD WAY MYRTLE BEACH SC 29579 56-05-2930|081ST DUI / DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE, .08, 1ST OFFENSE
26/Feb 2300 DAWN REID 1236 FICUS DR MYRTLE BEACH SC 29579 56-05-2930|081ST DUI / DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE, .08, 1ST OFFENSE
26/Feb 0014 FAITH NEIL 1600 S OCEAN BLVD MYRTLE BEACH SC 29575515169-05-2930|1ST DUI / DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE – 1ST OFFENSE
27/Feb 0359 KEVIN COAN 1504 HWY 15 MYRTLE BEACH SC 29577 56-05-2930|2ND DUI / DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE – 2ND OFFENSE
27/Feb 0801 TIMOTHY TAYLOR 4812 MAGNOLIA LAKE DRMYRTLE BEACH SC 29577 56-05-2930|081ST DUI / DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE, .08, 1ST OFFENSE
01/Mar 2251 JOSE ORTIZ-TRUJILLO 5317 MAGIC CIR MYRTLE BEACH SC 29588685369-05-2930|081ST DUI / DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE, .08, 1ST OFFENSE
Victim and driver identified
From New York Post
A woman was ejected from a speeding car this morning after the driver lost control and crashed into a barrier near the Williamsburg Bridge, authorities said.
A 23-year-old woman was allegedly drunk behind the wheel of a 2003 Nissan Altima when she was heading into Brooklyn over the bridge around 4:05 a.m., police sources said.
She hit a metal divider on the passenger’s side when she was making a turn near the ramp to the Brooklyn Queens Expressway — ejecting the back seat passenger, police said.
The victim landed on the roadway as the car spun out of control into oncoming traffic, police said ….MORE
Sheriff Tim Cameron
Sheriff Tim Cameron
The following persons were charged with DWI / DUI by the patrol officers of St. Mary’s County Maryland Sheriff Tim Cameron:
Lisa Kay Clarke, 49, of California, Md., on 5/12/13 at 11:54 pm by Deputy Krum.
Angelo Albert Alvino Jr, 53, of Charlotte Hall, Md., on 5/10/13 at 1:51 am by Deputy Goodwin.
Amanda Renee Hanson, 33, of Mechanicsville, Md., on 5/5/13 at 1:03 pm by Deputy Maguire.
Robert Combs Russell, 18, of California, Md., on 5/5/13 at 9:22 pm by Deputy T. Shomper.
Joseph Munoz, 26, of Patuxent River, Md., on 4/27/13 at 12:27 am by Deputy Stone.
Tommy Lee Burkett, 37, of Waldorf, Md., on 4/27/13 at 5:46 pm by Deputy Beyer.
Jawaan Montell Carroll, 28, of Loveville, Md., on 5/5/13 at 5:53 am by Deputy Schultz.
Ian Jacob Tallman, 39, of Lusby, Md., on 5/4/13 at 2:36 am by Deputy Ellis.
Lloyd Henry Jenifer, 26, of Lexington Park, Md., on 5/2/13 at 11:34 pm by Deputy Wood.
Megan Rae Nosek, 24, of Lexington Park, Md., on 5/3/13 at 1:29 am by Deputy Krum.
Julie Ann Gore, 51, of California, Md., on4/27/13 at 2:41 am by Deputy Meyer.
Melita Marrell Buttermore, 23, of Lexington Park, Md., on 5/1/13 at 7:40 pm by Deputy Krum.
Jon Frank Shenski, 31, of Chaptico, Md., on 4/28/13 at 2:14 am by Deputy Carberry.
James Michael Carroll 3rd., 49, of Great Mills, Md., on 4/20/13 at 10:15 pm by Deputy Boyer.
Robert Craig O’Reilly Sr., 32, of Mechanicsville, Md., on 4/21/13 at 10:28 pm by Deputy Maletto.
Paul Matthew Baker, 28, of Mechanicsville, Md., on 4/22/13 at 3:46 am by Deputy Boyer.
George Frank Kilian, 64, of California, Md., on 4/15/13 at 11:02 pm by Deputy Steinbach.
Latisha Marie Carter, 27, of California, Md., on 4/15/13 at 2:25 am by Deputy Potter.
Santos Jesus Rosales Monzon, 32, of Rockville, Md., on 4/14/13 at 11:27 pm by Deputy Beasley.
James Matthew Reed, 52, of Lexington Park, Md., on 4/14/13 at 8:41 pm by Deputy Cole.
Donald Eugene Miller Jr., 58, of Mechanicsville, Md., on 4/13/13 at 2:04 am by Deputy Somerville.
Paul Garlin Thompson, 23, of Port Tobacco, Md., on 4/13/13 at 1:24 am by Deputy Carberry.
Dwight Alvin Smith, 52, of California, Md., on 4/12/13 at 12:32 am by Deputy Boyer.
Julie Ann Kenyon, 39, of Hollywood, Md., on 4/12/13 at 3:00 am by Deputy Schultz.
Francis Maurice Sharp, 44, of Temple Hills, Md., on 4/15/13 at 3:44 am by Deputy Maletto.