Delaware: Newark Police charged Terrance Anderson with DUI homicide for killing his passenger Millard Lofland
Karena Hinton, 43, is number 7 spot on the list. Hinton, who is a repeat DWI offender, has a long history of drunk driving, which includes a manslaughter conviction for killing her boyfriend in a DWI crash in Oswego County in 2002. Since she was released from prison in 2006, she has been charged with DWI at least twice since. Hinton is known to work as a painter and has been recently seen in Oswego County. She has ties to the St Regis reservation, both US and Canadian sides however, her actual whereabouts is unknown.
“I do not condone POFC Rabain’s decision to drive after consuming any amount of alcohol. While we will never know precisely what role alcohol played in this crash, the outcome is tragic. The excessive speed can not be ignored either. But we do know that in the final moments of his life, this young officer was committed to protecting the people of Prince George’s County,” said Chief Mark Magaw.
Killed was 54 year-old Denise Kenyon of Underwood. Police say there’s evidence that the driver of the other car, Dianne Conn, 69, of Fergus Falls, had been drinking and criminal vehicular homicide charges are expected against her.
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Simon was transported by ambulance to a local hospital for complaint of pain. A Drug Recognition Expert with the Redding Police Department examined Simon at the hospital and determined he was driving under the influence of drugs. Simon was determined to be on probation for a prior DUI with injury arrest in 2011 and was driving on a suspended license.
Hours before the crash, Abad had posted a photo on his Instagram page of three shot glasses filled with what he identified as “Jack Daniels Fire on the house.” Investigators have applied for a warrant to test Abad’s blood-alcohol level
Mississippi: Lee County Sheriff Jim Johnson reports DUI arrests, Calvin F. Davis II 3rd time offender