Maryland: Calvert County Sheriff Mike Evans reports DUI arrests for July 2014; cabs cheap, lawyers expensive
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.
A Greyhound bus driver is in trouble after Volusia County deputies arrested him for driving under the influence.
It happened Sunday night; passengers on the bus called for help, saying they thought something was wrong with the driver
Kirkwood, NY – August 22, 2014) On August 22, 2014, Troopers from SP Binghamton arrested William J. Kurtz, 56, of Binghamton, NY for Aggravated Driving While Intoxicated with a reportable BAC result of .19% and Unlawful Possession of Marihuana. The arrest resulted from a vehicle and traffic law stop for not having a working headlight while driving on Upper Court Street in Kirkwood, NY. An investigation determined that he was driving while intoxicated. When searched he was found to unlawfully possess approximately 1.6 grams of marihuana in a clothing pocket. Mr. Kurtz was issued tickets returnable to the Town of Kirkwood Court on September 9, 2014.
The following people were booked in East Baton Rouge from Saturday March 23rd through Friday March 29th for DWI and other charges: (List updated daily
BILLINGS, MONTANA — 08/25/2014 —An alleged drunken confrontation along the Bitterroot River led to felony DUI charges for a Victor man.
Thomas A. McClare, 54, appeared this week before Ravalli County Justice of the Peace Jim Bailey on the felony count and misdemeanor charges of disorderly conduct and obstructing a peace officer.
McClare was arrested at the Woodside Fishing Access site on Aug. 18 at about 7 p.m. after a sheriff’s corporal responded to a drunken-driver call.
DURHAM (08/24/2014) — North Carolina Central University confirmed Friday that Police Chief Timothy Bellamy is no longer on the school’s staff.
The news comes almost two weeks after Bellamy was charged with driving while impaired.
BOGO! Washington County deputies get two for one- While Sheriff’s Deputies were investigating the crash, at 1:13 a.m., a 2014 Ford Focus drove around the barricade that was closing the road. The Focus driver was identified as Keith E. Fuller, 28, from Eugene (left). He was arrested for DUII and lodged in the Washington County Jail.