Florida: Matthew McRee & Christina Mattessino off on a junkie ride on Tamiami Trail with toddler; DUI & heroin charges

McRee is charged with Child Neglect, DUI, Possession of Heroin, Possession of Marijuana, Possession of Narcotics Equipment and Driving with License Suspended. He remains in custody today on $44,000 bond.

Maryland: Stoned Junkie Brittany McElhiney charged with manslaughter for death of pedestrian

an additional indictment was served on McElhiney with charges for vehicular manslaughter and driving while impaired by drugs in the death of Robert Dukehart.

California: Lakeport Police officer nearly hit head-on by Sean Luke Bradley in his newest DUI arrest

The officer was forced to take immediate evasive action and place the patrol car off the roadway to avoid being hit. We feel fortunate that our officer was not hit and seriously injured or killed in this incident.

Oregon: Portland Police Officer Daniel Chastain busted by Clackamas deputy for wrecking police car while DUI

Portland Police Officer Daniel Chastain was arrested by Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office on charges of Driving Under the Influence of Intoxicants (DUII) – Alcohol, Reckless Driving, Reckless Endangerment, and Criminal Mischief in the First Degree. Chastain was booked into the Clackamas County Jail and later released.

Delaware: Scott Bartow charged with DUI after causing chain reaction crash that killed Detrick Jones

He was arrested and charged by troopers with Vehicular Assault 2nd Degree, Careless Driving, Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol, and No Proof of Motor Vehicle Insurance.

Maryland: Speed, booze & drugs blamed for Toby Dixon’s crash into truck on Chesapeake Bay Bridge; killed Randy Thrower

Maryland Transportation Authority Police Spokesman First Sgt. Jonathan Green identified Dixon as the driver in the crash on the Bay Bridge on April 2, 2016, that killed Randy Drake Thrower when the vehicle that Dixon was driving slammed into the rear of a truck that was operating in the same direction on the eastbound span. “Alcohol, drugs and speed are considered factors in the crash,” reports Green.