Tennessee Highway Patrol troopers arrested Richard Jay McElhaney Saturday night and charged him with driving under the influence, evading arrest, reckless driving, among other charges, according to a Grainger County records.
The police pursuit started when a Blaine police officer tried to pull over McElhaney for speeding. When the officer turned on his sirens, McElhaney drove even faster, and the officer lost sight of the former sheriff’s black sports car.
A Bakersfield Police officer accused of driving drunk and causing a crash is now being sued.
Police say Officer Justin West was drunk when he rear-ended another car and then veered off into several more parked cars Monday night.
When he arrived, Sergeant Terrence Bradley reportedly noticed the smelled of alcohol and that his eyes were bloodshot and watery. Bradley disarmed Silvers and relieved him from duty.
Officials said Silvers admitted to consuming six longneck bottles of beer between 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. Friday.
Bradley also consulted with Field Supervising Captain Kenny Dyer regarding the incident. They decommissioned Silvers and drove him to his Hendersonville home with the understanding that he was to report to police headquarters Monday morning.
Officer Donald Frazier was arrested by Sgt. Tony Branch, of the Putnam County Sheriff’s Office. Branch stated in the incident report that he responded with Deputy Kyle Farley and Deputy Gary Davis, also of the Putnam County Sheriff’s Office, in reference to a wreck. A lady on the scene told them she did not see the crash, but saw a male subject throwing beer cans from the vehicle into the ditch, according to the report.
Deputy William Hyduchak has worked at the Lackawanna County Courthouse for the sheriff’s department for nine years. On Thursday afternoon, he answered to criminal charges here.
He’s accused of DUI, assault, and making terroristic threats after that alleged road rage incident last month
A Massachusetts State Trooper has been relieved of duty and is facing charges following an alleged OUI crash that left a passenger with serious injuries.
According to Massachusetts State Police, Trooper Dale Jenkins was off-duty around 1 a.m. Saturday when he crashed on Route 114 in North Andover.
Jeremy Wyskiel, 36, was charged with DUI last month after police say he drove home from a bar in Colchester with a blood alcohol content nearly three times the legal limit.