u Tzoy was taken into custody without further incident and transported back to Troop 7 where he was charged by troopers with Vehicular Assault 1st, Leaving the Scene of a Collision Resulting in Injury, Failure to Stop at a Stop Sign, Driving without a Valid License, and various other traffic related charges. Lewes Police Department also charged Pu Tzoy with Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol, Disregarding a Police Officer’s Signal, Reckless Driving, and other traffic offenses.
Troopers arrived shortly thereafter and took Huseyin Oflu into custody and transported him back to Troop 3 where a DUI investigation ensued. He was cited and later released after being charged with Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol, Failure to Remain Within a Single Lane, Failure to Have Insurance in Possession, and Littering.
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Delaware Troopers are investigating a single vehicle crash that killed two Dover men.
The incident occurred at approximately 7:05 p.m. Monday July 21, 2014 as Benjamin W. Hibbler, 26 of Dover, was operating a 2001 Chevrolet flatbed tow truck (AA Towing & Rollback Service Inc.) northbound on Bayside Drive (SR9) north of North Little Creek Road.
As the vehicle entered a left curve, its right side tires traveled off the east edge of the roadway and due to its apparent high rate of speed, the truck began to rotate and cross both lanes of travel while spinning in a counter-clockwise motion.
Hobbs who was slumped over in the vehicle asleep, was woken by the trooper who could immediately smell alcohol being emitted from him
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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