Sgt. Jason Price reports that on August 16, 2014 at 10:42 p.m., Hampton Police Communications received a complaint in reference to a two vehicle crash with injuries at the intersection of Magruder Boulevard and Hampton Roads Center Parkway.
Upon officers’ arrival, they located the victim, George Edward Neselrod Jr., a 53-year-old Hampton man whom had suffered from life threatening injuries and as a result was pronounced deceased at the scene.
SANTA CRUZ — A 23-year-old Fresno man was charged with murder Wednesday for a car crash on Graham Hill Road that took the life of his ex-girlfriend, a 24-year-old woman from Aptos.
Marquis Edwards, who authorities say drove a rented 2014 Ford Fusion into a wall on Graham Hill Road early Saturday, closed his eyes and took a deep breath in court Wednesday afternoon as Santa Cruz County Superior Court Judge Paul Burdick read the charges against him.
A man convicted of his seventh DWI was sentenced to life in prison Wednesday.
In May 2013, Burnet County officials say 46-year-old Terry Lynn Stevens was arrested for his seventh and last driving while intoxicated charge. He has a lengthy criminal record.
A man who served time on a drunk driving conviction in connection with a 2011 fatal crash has been sentenced on a second DUI charge.
A judge ordered Robert Darren Craft, 40, to serve nine months in jail this week for a count of DUI second offense. The latest incident took place back in December of last year, when he was pulled over after an officer said he was driving suspiciously. Officers said he failed field sobriety tests.
The driver that hit and killed a 17-year-old girl and critically injured another teen is now charged with murder and aggravated DUI.
On June 22, the Hardin County Sheriff’s Office said Michael Hilton, 34, was driving drunk when he struck Brianna Taylor’s car. In 2006 Hilton was sentenced to three years in prison for repeated DUI offenses
DEXTER, NEW MEXICO — 06/29/2014 — New Mexico State Police report that on Monday June 23, 2014, New Mexico State Police arrested 53 year old Michael Quiroz of Roswell, New Mexico, for his 9th DWI.
At approximately 5:08PM, an officer from the New Mexico State Police conducted a traffic stop on New Mexico State Road 2, north of Dexter, for speeding. The officer made contact with the driver, identified as Michael Quiroz. During conversation with the driver, the officer observed clues that the driver might be under the influence of alcohol. The driver was given Standardized Field Sobriety tests, which indicated he was under the influence.
A Cary man involved in a hit-and-run 11 years ago that killed a reporter has since faced three drunken driving charges, much to the dismay of the reporter’s parents.
Stephen Gates, a sports reporter at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, was changing a tire on the shoulder of Interstate 40 in Orange County on Oct. 4, 2003, when he was hit and killed.
Rabah Samara was a passenger in the Cadillac Escalade that hit Gates, but when driver Emily Caveness stopped, he got behind the wheel and drove off. He said at the time that he thought they had hit a deer, although prosecutors said two truck drivers had told him that they had hit Gates.