01/13/2015 – An Orlando man was killed Sunday night when a woman driving a BMW hit the back of his Toyota, causing him to slam into a concrete wall on Winter Garden Vineland Road near Lake Buena Vista, state troopers said.
Authorities said the woman, later identified as 30-year-old Gina Estrada, of New York, didn’t stick around after the alcohol-related crash.
Vermont State Police located William Rose of Sharon inside his vehicle at a residence in Sharon while assisting another Windsor County Law Enforcement Agency. A BOL had been issued for Rose’s truck after it had been reported to have gone off the road.
While speaking with Rose Troopers noted signs of possible intoxication. Rose provided a preliminary breath sample which indicated a blood alcohol concentration of .183%.
Rose was arrested without incident and transported to the Royalton State Police Barracks where he was later released on a citation to appear in Windsor County Superior Court; Criminal Division to answer to the charge of DUI#2.
On Saturday, January 10, 2015, at 5:59 p.m., Coachella police officers responded to Harrison Street and Bagdad Avenue regarding a minor injury traffic collision.
A brown Chevrolet Venture was southbound on Harrison Street and collided with another vehicle, which was stopped in the left turn lane at Bagdad Avenue. Three juveniles were in the Chevrolet at the time of the collision.
Around 2;07 a.m. on January 11, Tampa FHP Troopers were investigating a traffic crash along the SR-618 eastbound travel lanes on the lower deck at the 11 Milepost. The roadway was closed for the crash investigation and the Tampa Police Department was on-scene assisting with the roadway closure.
Meanwhile, 24-year-old Carrington Carlyle Cox was driving on the Expressway and failed to exit and proceeded to go around the road closure
Bishop who killed bicyclist and fled the scene was DUI in 2010; pot charges were dropped
BALTIMORE, MD. — An Episcopal Bishop with a DUI conviction on her record and pot packing in her history with police apparently nailed and killed a Baltimore man who was riding his bike on Sunday. No charges have been placed yet against Heather Elizabeth Cook, 58, the first woman Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland, who, perhaps had too much communion wine at Sunday services.
David Hanson, 55, was arrested for DUII after he drove his vehicle off Rogue River Drive and down an embankment near the location.