It is alleged that on the 18th day of June, 2015, at approximately
5:18P.M., the defendant, Misty B. Simmons, while in the 800 block of W.
Broadway, did operate a red 2001 Ford Focus while knowing that she did
not possess a New York State Drivers License and while in an intoxicated
condition. Furthermore the defendant’s records from the New York State
Department of Motor Vehicles show that the defendant was previously convicted
of Driving While Intoxicated
OCEAN CITY, MD. – (July 8, 2015) – A Towson man currently on probation for a prior DUI arrest attracted a crowd and the attention of Ocean City Police when he allegedly rammed into two parked cars and then did a backflip with his 2004 Mazda and continued his display of driver ineptness while impaired by driving on his rooftop down the median strip of one of the resort town’s main streets.
Martinez was arrested for DUI Third Offense, Vehicular Homicide, Suspended Driver’s License, Contributing Alcohol to a Minor, Open Container of Alcohol and Seat Belt Violation
The Maryland crash happened just over a month after Monacelli was stopped in Montgomery County, Pa. with a blood-alcohol level of .19 (more the twice the legal limit for driving) and Xanax in his system.
The officer made an enforcement stop on the vehicle and contacted the driver who was identified as Rogelio Rosales, 21, of Santa Rosa. The officer noted signs of intoxication and began a DUI evaluation. Rosales was found to be on probation for a previous DUI conviction. He was subsequently arrested and booked on charges of DUI, violation of probation, and being under the influence while on DUI probation.
Vehicles are meant to crumple from front to back and back to front to absorb that energy. They’re not meant to take those side impacts like that and when they do, it crushes into the passenger compartment,”said Sgt. Richard Strader, Metro Police. “The intrusion on that vehicle is almost from one side to the other; and that’s why the passengers were stuck in there because they were trapped in that vehicle.”