In March 2001, Casey plowed his BMW into 71-year-old Mary Montgomery as she crossed the street carrying a bag of groceries in Miami Beach. She died. Police officers immediately arrested Casey, then 27, after finding his damaged car parked at his South Beach apartment.
The driver of the Nissan was identified as Esteban Trevino, 21 of Coachella. Trevino was arrested for suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol/and or drugs and taken to a local area hospital as a precaution, prior to being booked into the county jail in Indio.
Police say that Adrian L. Crowshoe’s 2008 Tahoe went off the road on a curve, failed to negotiate returning to the roadway and rolled over, ejecting her in the process resulting in her death. Police report the death was DUI related
Dead woman and her injured boyfriend spent their last moments together after Valentines evening together…then they were hit head-on by suspected DUI driver…
On her Facebook page, on Feb. 10, Atwell posted this: “okay I know valentines is Saturday but I just want you all to know how much I love this man of mine he is the sweetest man ever, I love you to the moon and back honey.” She posted a photo of her and Sammy Roark together. She was dead within five days.
North Carolina: James William Harrington DUI wheels left on track for Amtrak to demolish; then fought cops
Washington: State Patrol reports 6 teens hurt in DUI crash; DUI charges pending against Sarah L. Huntley-Fife
Illinois: James Beavers racks up 4th DUI after being let out of prison on arson conviction – James R. Beavers, 36, of the 500 block of Cumberland Trail, was charged with two Class 2 felony counts of aggravated driving under the influence/fourth violation, and DUI with a blood alcohol content above .16, Class 4 counts of DUI on a suspended or revoked license and driving on a revoked or suspended license/third offense, as well as misdemeanor counts of DUI and driving on a revoked license.
From WVVA GREENBRIER COUNTY (02/10/2015) A man convicted of driving under the influence and killing a […]
Of those 1,400 tests, Sanchez said about 160 of them have come back positive for drugs or alcohol. When that happens, the court is notified, and a judge hands down a punishment. Sanchez said offenders in some cases have been put in jail for 1-3 days.