The driver of the vehicle, Yasmine Rosette Ghantous of Morgantown was charged with DUI with Injury in this crash. Ghantous was processed and taken to Mon County Detention Faculty awaiting arraignment.
St. Louis County Associate Circuit Judge Lawrence J. “Larry” Permuter declined to comment Monday night, saying, “No, I can’t.” Asked if he had a lawyer, he said, “I do, but he’s not going to talk to you.”
Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance, Jr., today announced the guilty plea of STELLA MEDNIK, 35, for crashing a car in Herald Square last December while under the influence of drugs and alcohol, seriously injuring pedestrians.
A Blount County assistant district attorney has resigned after she was arrested for her involvement in a DUI crash with injuries.
“At some point while he was attempting to anchor, the evidence suggests, she and other passengers jumped into the water to retrieve a pad that had blown off the front of the boat. The young woman had trouble re-boarding, however, and was grievously injured by the active propeller”
The wave of drunk driving crashes continues. The most recent, an overnight crash killing 25-year-old Alan Sanchez. Deputies say Sanchez was speeding when he crossed the center medium near Coors and Gun Club. He then hit another car and rolled several times
Texas: Judge Gisela Triana busted for DWI after boozing it up with other lawyers and Judges; too cheap to call a cab! She was pulled over less than 2 miles from the restaurant on Barton Springs Road near MoPac Boulevard (Loop 1) after the officer’s radar showed she was driving at 47 miles per hour, 17 miles faster than the speed limit, the affidavit said.
DALLAS — Dallas County Assistant District Attorney Justin Moore was arrested for driving while intoxicated early Sunday morning.
According to Dallas Police’s arrest report, Moore, a DeSoto resident, was speeding, weaving in and out of lanes, tailgating and nearly sideswiped another car while driving on Highway 67 near Loop 12.
It was 2:45am when two officers say they moved to pull Moore over, and reported immediately smelling a strong stench of alcohol. They reportedly asked Moore if he had been drinking and he did not answer, and he struggled to produce a drivers license. He ultimately showed the officers his District Attorney’s Office identification.