New York: State Police report Michael Barrett broke into house after crashing while DWI

Sunday July 13th, 2014 Wurtsboro Troopers arrested a Pine Bush man for Driving while Intoxicated and Criminal Trespass.

Wurtsboro Troopers responded to a report of a motor vehicle accident in the Town of Mamakating on Sunday night. Upon investigation it was determined that the operator of the vehicle, Michael Barrett of Pine Bush, was driving while intoxicated and was involved in a motor vehicle accident. After the accident Barrett had knocked on the door of a residence near the accident and found no one home and the door unlocked. Barrett then entered into the residence unlawfully and fell asleep

Michael Barrett DWI NYSP 072714

Minnesota: Officials say had driver lived, she would have been charged DWI Murder of band of boozing brothers

The crash happen around 2:30 a.m., Brand said. Based on text messages on the victims’ phones, his team was able to tell they went to a bar in Minnesota, then one in Wisconsin, and were driving back through Winona before the crash

Winona County Mounted Posse formed by Sheriff Dave Brand

New York: State Police report DWI arrests for Feb. 8, 2014; school bus driver Julynn Criscuolo DUI charge

On February 3, 2014, the New York State Police from Williamson, NY, report that they arrested Julynn M. Criscuolo – dob 4/29/68, from Sodus, NY. Criscuolo was charged with:

Aggravated DWI – operating a school bus upon the public highway with a BAC of .18% or higher

Criscuolo charged with operating school bus while DUI

Utah: Chelsey Raffield was deadly and DUI when she left Mi Tenampa bar; killed Elsa Alonso in crash

On the night of the fatal accident, Raffield had been drinking heavily at the Mi Tenampa bar in Ogden, drawing reports from concerned customers who said she nearly

Hard drinking Chesley Raffield didn't quit until she killed while DUI. Sentenced to prison

Pennsylvania: Adams County Judge Michael George ruled prior DUI of DUI killer Brandon Zirk not relevant

But Bill Rigby said Zirk had many opportunities to prevent the accident, noting that Zirk’s mother had begged him not to drive that evening.

“Nobody forced him to drink. Nobody forced him to get in that car and drive off,” Bill Rigby said. “If there had been stiffer penalties, maybe my daughter would still be with me.”

An Army veteran, Angela Rigby, 33, had opened the Red, White and Beautiful Salon in Fairfield just a year prior to the accident. She loved animals and also left behind a brother and a 10-year-old daughter, Dasani.