Colorado: let the Denver RTD do the drinking and driving while you relax in the back of the bus; Darren Pettee faces felony DUI charges

DENVER — 09/06/2014- Police say an RTD bus driver was drunk while he picked up passengers and dropped them off during his route Monday afternoon.

Darren Pettee, 49, was arrested for DUI while on the job at an RTD station.

Darren Pettee charged with DUI bus driver Denver Regional Transit. Police say he has two prior DUI arrests. Don't drink and drive, let your Denver bus driver do it...and move to the back of the bus!

Tennessee: 6th DUI for Robert Winters and he is just warming up!

08/31/2014 — Police charged an Elizabethton man with his sixth drunken driving offense after officers said he fled the scene of a hit-and-run accident.

On Friday afternoon at around 1:30, Johnson City police arrested Robert E. Winters, 51, after his car was stopped less than a mile from the site of the accident, near the intersection of North State of Franklin Road and West Market Street.

Will this man kill you or someone in your family?  Take a good look at Robert E. Winters 6th DUI Washington Co Tenn 083014

California: Judge for Perla Ibeth Vazquez in death of Frank Winslow: 15 years in prison

Admitting responsibility for the death of a Clovis family man, 27-year-old Perla Ibeth Vazquez told a packed courtroom Tuesday that she wanted to be held accountable for her actions, but insisted: “I am not a murderer.”

Her plea didn’t sway Judge Hilary Chittick.

“This was a murder,” Chittick said bluntly in Fresno County Superior Court before sentencing Vazquez to 15 years to life in prison for getting drunk and causing a crash on Highway 168 in Fresno that killed 54-year-old Frank Winslow in October 2011.

Chittick said a jury was correct last month when it found Vazquez guilty of second-degree murder, felony hit and run, and driving on a suspended license when she caused the fatal crash.

Boozy nap in police car for Perla Vazquez after DUI fatal photo courtesy of ABC news

Connecticut: Farmington Police arrested DUI 2nd time for school bus driver Tammy Jo Costello

FARMINGTON, Conn. (8/27/2014) — A school bus driver charged Wednesday morning with driving 20 students to Irving Robbins Middle School while intoxicated has a previous drunken-driving arrest, state officials said.

Tammy Costello was charged with driving under the influence in May 2004 in Bristol, said Department of Motor Vehicles spokesman William Seymour. She completed the state’s alcohol education program on July 20, 2005, records indicate. Completion of the program results in charges being dismissed.

Connecticut School Bus Driver Tammy Jo Costello busted 2nd time for DUI