Somebody else is going to have to flip the burgers at SQUARE ONE BURGER! Stephen Tyler Moore is in the slammer on $50,000 bail after DUI arrest, drugs and kicking out window of police car
Oregon: Gary Clark charged with DUI after smashing police cruiser and injuring Officer Allison Renander
Maryland State Police report that a DUI driver who struck a car carrying a pregnant woman and then fled the scene on I-95 in Harford County last night was not counting on emergency road repair up ahead that stopped traffic and included a state trooper working a special assignment at the location.
The suspect is identified as Bryan C. Kafka, 25, of 9878 Edisto Way, Middle River, Md.
Troopers found Willie was the driver and only occupant on the bus. They immediately observed indications the driver was under the influence of alcohol. Further investigation led to her arrest for DUI. Troopers found four empty, full and partially full containers of beer and liquor on the bus.
Sheriff Leon Lott stated that Ricard, a Richland County Sheriff’s Deputy was suspended immediately without pay until further notice. The Sheriff added that Ricard was off duty and in her personal vehicle at the time of this incident. Ricard was transported to the Alvin S. Glenn Detention Center.
SAN ANTONIO — A San Antonio Fire Department paramedic is serving a 90-day suspension following a string of drunk driving arrests last year.
Erich Wolf, a paramedic assigned to Fire Station 9 on San Antonio’s east side, had already been flagged by SAFD supervisors for tardiness when he was arrested for DWI in Austin on August 15.
The X-Terra then struck a black 1999 Buick Park Avenue parked on the street and continued on, striking a 2010 gold Ford Fusion in a driveway. The adult male driver was taken into custody on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol. Charges will be determined pending the outcome of the investigation.
The victim has been identified as Vanessa Dixon, age 49, of Ingraham St in Washington D.C. The driver of the vehicle has been identified as David Rodriguez, age 22, of Cannon Road in Silver Spring.
Muir was not injured in the crash. Police observed he smelled like alcohol, according to officials. Muir allegedly failed field sobriety tests and was taken to Chester County Hospital where his blood alcohol level was checked
Guest stated, “Sullivan was operating his vehicle at a time that his blood alcohol content was two to three times over the legal limit. Sullivan’s decision to drink and drive resulted in the death of a 10-year-old child. This case highlights the importance in keeping those that would consume alcohol from getting behind the wheel of a car.”