Nationwide: More than 2,240,275 Visitors to the DWI Hit Parade! NOTICE: This data base is a great FREE resource for credit managers, law enforcement and background investigations for private sector as well as government screenings of prospective employees. Those who are impaired are advised not to drive after ingesting drugs or alcohol as doing so and being arrested can cause serious negative experiences for obtaining employment…and could kill someone. If your name appears on this site and you believe you have proper cause to have it removed, provide such information to email@example.com to determine eligibility for removal. If you have killed someone and been convicted of being responsible for that death while operating impaired, don’t bother. The engravings of victims of impaired drivers are forever on grave markers.
This past weekend, October 2, 2015 through October 5, 2015, troopers investigated 15 collisions involving suspected impaired drivers. One of those crashes involved a Maryland State Trooper occurred in the Annapolis area while attempting to stop a suspected drunk driver. He was arrested and charged.
Regina Gallegos, age 24 of Indio, and Patricia Espinoza, age 42 of Indio, were arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs. Both Gallegos and Espinoza were booked into the Riverside County jail in Indio.
(PIKESVILLE, MD) – From a special enforcement effort in Prince Georges County to chasing down highway hellions on interstates, Maryland State Troopers clamped down on drunk drivers and other idiots over Labor Day.