Maryland: State Police DUI arrests for October 2015

MARYLAND STATE POLICE DUI ARRESTS October 01, 2015 01:17 E/B U.S. RT 50 E/O MD […]

Maryland State Trooper on traffic stop in Easton, Maryland. THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY photo

California: Lakeport Police tackle fleeing DUI biker Michael William Lockett in brush after chase

The Officer’s went down the embankment where they saw the wrecked motorcycle and the driver fleeing on foot through the thick brush towards Mellor Dr. The Officer’s caught up with the driver, identified as Lakeport resident, Michael William Lockett and detained him. Medical staff from Lakeport Fire Department was summoned and later transported Lockett to Sutter Lakeside Hospital for medical clearance.

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California: Benjamin Liano charged with DUI fatal crash of motorcyclist Alexander Fiala in Temecula

On June 28, 2015, about 8:30 pm, officers from the Temecula Police Department responded to a reported hit and run traffic collision involving a motorcyclist with serious injuries in the 31800 block of Rancho California Road in the city of Temecula. The suspect in the hit and run, Benjamin Liano (22) of Temecula, was detained nearby

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Kentucky: Jesse Bennett charged with murder and dui in death of Taylor Lainhart; boozing driver hit motorcycle

As a result of the initial investigation, Jesse Bennett was arrested and charged with Murder, Assault 2nd Degree, Operating a Motor Vehicle Under in Influence of Alcohol/Drugs 1st Degree (Aggravated), and Open Alcoholic Beverage in Motor Vehicle. He is lodged in the Three Forks Regional Jail.

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Tennessee: Hell-hole bar Fanatics Sports Bar that served DUI John Woodlee 18 drinks in 5 hours shut down for a year

But no one will serve beer at 7643 East Brainerd Road for a year. On Thursday, the Chattanooga Beer Board voted 7-0 to revoke Fanatics’ beer permit because John Woodlee, 53, died in a single-vehicle crashon March 10 after being served 18 drinks in 5 1/2 hours

Fanatics Sports Bar in Chattanooga Tenn. Facebook