The investigation revealed a 2008 BMW X3, operated by David Y. Yarinich, age 22, from 3704 Underwood Way Syracuse, NY was traveling southbound on Kasson when he crossed over into the northbound lane striking a 2003 Toyota Avalon head-on.
Illinois: Bond set at $1 million for DUI killer Cameron Embry; Services set for his victim – Neal Alan Keller
Braiton Holloway pleaded guilty in January to driving under the influence of marijuana in the two-car accident that killed Jacob Garber, 20, of Morton.
Felony charges were dismissed in the plea agreement that followed disclosures by defense lawyer Steve Skelton about the victim, who allegedly was intoxicated and failed to stop at the intersection of Mitsubishi Motorway and West College Avenue on Normal’s far west side.
Aurora Police Lieutenant Michael A. McClelland reports that the late night bar crowd was a real killer on city streets early on Tuesday, March 10, 2015. Drivers leaving bars became entangled leaving one dead and an innocent motorist also dead. One man is in a hospital and faces charges of two counts of DUI homicide.
What do you do with the information collected by the last drink survey?
A list of the “Top 10 ” alcohol vendors attributed to DUI arrests is compiled every month. This “Top 10” list is then used to work with those vendors to reduce the DUI’s connected to their establishments by the arrestees.
Webb’s car was traveling over 130 mph when it slammed into the car in which Collins was a passenger at the intersection of Main and Empire streets in Bloomington, according to police.
—William Jacobs, an assistant football coach at George Junior High School in Springdale, was arrested Sunday morning by Fayetteville Police.
An Ellsworth man was in Washington County jail on multiple charges, including homicide by vehicle while driving under the influence, following the death of a pedestrian on Route 917 in the borough.
Robert Lee Myers, 42, was held in the death of Brittany Marie Chapman, 29, of Ursic Lane, Scenery Hill. He was arraigned Saturday morning before District Judge Larry Hopkins, who denied bond.
West admitted to having four alcoholic drinks earlier in the night. Court documents said his BAC varied from 0.10 at the scene to .08 in a blood test. He also showed signs of impairment in four out of six field sobriety tests.
West is facing three felony charges of criminal endangerment for driving after drinking and inattentively. Prosecutors filed one count per passenger in his vehicle.
After reconstructing the crash, Montana Highway Patrol troopers determined “that a driver paying attention to the road would have had sufficient time and distance to either stop or slow and steer around a hazard in the road,” court documents say.