Knox County – Indiana State Police conducted a saturation patrol last night and early this morning targeting dangerous and impaired drivers in Knox County.
Nelson Aviles Quintana, 50, of P O Box 5113, Salisbury, Md., was charged with DUI by Maryland Trooper Lane on June 4, 2017, at 9:37 pm while operating southbound on US 13 at Carroll Street on a bike.
Police said the driver, Chris M. Dent, 37, of Upper Marlboro, who struck the officer was intoxicated and taken into custody. He was not injured in the crash and has been initially charged with driving under the influence.
Trooper Nilles reports that Steinkoenig failed to reduce her speed for the road conditions as well as driving while impaired.
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This has been profoundly embarrassing and I ask for your patience and understanding as this process works toward a resolution.”
SDDA Terrence stated, “The defendant placed his own selfish interest to drink and drive above the safety of other human beings in our community.”