Troopers found Willie was the driver and only occupant on the bus. They immediately observed indications the driver was under the influence of alcohol. Further investigation led to her arrest for DUI. Troopers found four empty, full and partially full containers of beer and liquor on the bus.
Guest stated, “Sullivan was operating his vehicle at a time that his blood alcohol content was two to three times over the legal limit. Sullivan’s decision to drink and drive resulted in the death of a 10-year-old child. This case highlights the importance in keeping those that would consume alcohol from getting behind the wheel of a car.”
Washington: State Patrol reports 6 teens hurt in DUI crash; DUI charges pending against Sarah L. Huntley-Fife
From WVVA GREENBRIER COUNTY (02/10/2015) A man convicted of driving under the influence and killing a […]
Fatal DUI Crash Sentencing Today … January 27, 2015- A man involved in a fatal crash in 2013 will be sentenced for the crime today. Ronald Hall …
Three of members of a LaSalle family died in the Honda, the Greeley Tribune reported. They were identified as 37-year-old Gilbert Martinez, who was driving the van, 1-year-old Bryson Martinez and 6-year-old Ethan Martinez . Another family member, Mistelle Martinez, 32, survived with minor injuries.
Macias-Marquez, the Dodge pickup driver, also died.
On Saturday, January 10, 2015, at 5:59 p.m., Coachella police officers responded to Harrison Street and Bagdad Avenue regarding a minor injury traffic collision.
A brown Chevrolet Venture was southbound on Harrison Street and collided with another vehicle, which was stopped in the left turn lane at Bagdad Avenue. Three juveniles were in the Chevrolet at the time of the collision.
“It is fortunate that no one was injured in this incident. I am disappointed at the total disrespect of safety for the citizens of Tipton County, his son and other law enforcement officers displayed by Deputy Williamson. It is truly a sad day in light of this investigation and the allegations against Deputy Williamson. I requested the Tennessee Highway Patrol to investigate this matter and I will support the prosecution of any criminal activity to the fullest that is determined during their investigation. This type of conduct is never tolerated and is certainly not the standard of quality employees at the Sheriff’s Office. As always anytime we suspect misconduct or criminal violations by one of our employees, we will request it be investigated. I feel this is the only way to maintain the standards the citizens of Tipton County deserve and I demand at the Tipton County Sheriff’s Office.”
A Kinder Gentler Kind of Drug & DUI Arrest: impaired mama had kid in back seat
GREAT MILLS, MD. — On Friday, December 19, 2014 at 7:33 pm, Tpr. A. Oyler initiated a traffic stop on a gold passenger car on Route 237 at Horse Head Road for a minor traffic infraction. Upon making contact with the driver, Amanda L. Kinder, 30, of Great Mills, Tpr. Oyler observed that she appeared to be under the influence. Tpr. Oyler also observed a juvenile, 9 months, in the backseat.