South Carolina: DUI killer who only got one year in jail sentenced again on DUI charge

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.

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Kaitlynn Elizabeth Warner, 28, 601 Pleasantview Ave., Pasadena; charged Feb. 1, 2014; pleaded guilty DUI; bac refused; jail 60 days, suspend all; probation 18 months sup; AETD, VIP; fines/costs not listed.

Tyler David Bradfield, 19, 8512 Crooked Tree Lane, Laurel; charged March 2, 2014; pleaded guilty DUI; bac refused; jail 60 days, suspend all but 6 days, credit two days time served, to be served as two weekends; probation 18 months sup; $42.50/costs not listed.

Devin Gray Fraser, 27, 8354 Capel Drive, Pasadena; charged Sept. 21, 2013; pleaded guilty DWI; bac .22; jail 6 months, suspend all but 2 days; probation 18 months sup; $42.50/costs not listed.

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Kentucky: Judge allowed Cody File out of jail on probation in DUI plea deal after he killed Caroline Minks; busted again for DUI

Authorities say in 2009, 18-year-old Caroline Minks was killed in a drunk driving accident with Cody File behind the wheel on River Rd. He was sentenced to 14 years after pleading guilty to manslaughter, but only served eight months before he was granted shock probation.

Last month, 23-year-old File was arrested again for driving drunk in Henry County. He’s charged with DUI, failure to report a traffic accident and operating on a suspended license.

Cody File faces serving the rest of his 14 years in prison after another DUI arrest.

Pennsylvania: plea deal by wimpy prosecutor and approved by clueless judge nets David Eugene Foy with probation for killing passenger while DUI on pot

Franklin County (Pa.) Court of Common Pleas Judge Shawn Meyers questioned the response of Catherine Foy’s family to developments in the case.

“They are not happy with the plea, but I think it’s legally appropriate,” Rahauser said, noting that the relatives had hung up on him when he called.

Foy, 50, illegally passed a vehicle on Pa. 16 prior to the crash. The 2007 Subaru Outback he was driving left the road and hit a porch in Peters Township, Pa.

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Maryland: 3rd time DUI nets Dayton’s Restaurant owner Gordon Weitzel weekends in community service

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.

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California: hopelessly pathetic District Attorney and Judge agree to deal for 6 months in jail for DUI killer Kieren Brewer in killing Hanren Chang

Brewer surrendered to begin his six-month jail term. The judge requested Brewer return to court for a June 12 progress report on the other portion of his sentence.

Conroy dismissed the prosecutors’ request for Brewer’s punishment to include a strike under the state’s three-strikes sentencing law.

Kieren Brewer, sentenced to but six months in jail for DUI murder. He brought his mommy and daddy to court with him.

Pennsylvania: Adams County Judge Michael George ruled prior DUI of DUI killer Brandon Zirk not relevant

But Bill Rigby said Zirk had many opportunities to prevent the accident, noting that Zirk’s mother had begged him not to drive that evening.

“Nobody forced him to drink. Nobody forced him to get in that car and drive off,” Bill Rigby said. “If there had been stiffer penalties, maybe my daughter would still be with me.”

An Army veteran, Angela Rigby, 33, had opened the Red, White and Beautiful Salon in Fairfield just a year prior to the accident. She loved animals and also left behind a brother and a 10-year-old daughter, Dasani.

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A prosecutor was not there for the case, and Delaware Department of Justice spokesman Jason Miller said the Attorney General’s Office does not normally prosecute first-offense DUI cases heard in Justice of the Peace Court.

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