California: Two Coast Guardsmen busted for DUI by California Highway Patrol

Chief Petty Officer Michael Padgett was reporting for duty, when the California Highway Patrol stopped him one mile from the Coast Guard gate at Yerba Buena Island.

In his report, the officer said he smelled a strong odor of alcohol. “And I noticed his eyes were red and watery and his speech was slurred,” the officer said. “As Padgett walked, I noticed he had an unsteady gait.”

Authorities said Padgett had a blood alcohol level of 0.18 on a breath test, more than twice the legal limit.

Coast Guard rescue swimmer

California: Richard Kay Rockey has the jailhouse blues; gramps crashed his Prius into PT Cruiser, wins DUI

The investigation revealed a white Toyota Prius was traveling eastbound on Highway 111 towards El Dorado Drive when it rear ended a yellow Toyota FJ Cruiser, which was stopped for the eastbound red light at El Dorado Drive.

The driver of the vehicle was determined to be Richard Kay Rockey, age 69 of La Quinta.

Have I killed anyone yet? Richard Kay Rockey is ready to rock and roll with those Jailhouse Blues at Indio Jail.

South Carolina: Aiken County Sheriff’s Jail bookings for DUI

MICHAEL BRANTLEY, 37, of JACKSONVILLE, S. C. on 01-03-2013 at 0:19, DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE/FELONY […]

Washington: Navy Air Squadron Commander gets his wings clipped after DUI arrest

From Seattle PI The commanding officer of an aircraft squadron at Naval Air Station Whidbey […]

North Carolina: former Cherry Point Commander pled guilty to DWI

Marine prosecutors want to bring even more charges against the former Cherry Point commander who […]

Colonels Calamity news graphic