Officers said they smelled alcohol and that Sanders had bloodshot eyes and was swaying back and forth. But he refused to take a sobriety test and said officers didn’t have any proof he was driving. Sanders did tell officers he was drinking but when asked what, he responded, “water,” according to the report.
Mr. Deale also admitted to drinking the previous day. Mr. Deale was arrested for his DWI 6th offense. The officer who stopped Mr. Deale had arrested him on two prior occasions both for DWI. –
Gryczan was jailed Friday on a charge of DUI with seriously bodily injury and reckless driving. West Palm Beach police arrested him on a separate DUI charge on April 3.
under the influence of alcohol when he lost control of his girlfriend’s 2006 Toyota Scion. He is now facing several charges, including vehicular homicide
In November 2008, residents elected Sheriff Thomas M. Knight to become the tenth Sheriff in the agency’s history. He took office on January 6, 2009. Sheriff Knight came to the agency with more than 20 years of law enforcement experience, rising to the rank of major with the Florida Highway Patrol.
Assistant State’s Attorney James L. Britt said this was Weitzel’s third impaired driving conviction. One incident dated back to 1983, but another was more recent, Britt said. Online court records show in connection with a May 12, 2012, incident, Weitzel pleaded guilty to driving while impaired by alcohol on Jan. 24, 2013.
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
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