Maryland State Police report that a state trooper still on probation was charged with driving under the influence early this morning by Maryland State Police after he was involved in a single vehicle collision in Cecil County.
Police say that Stevens had struck a mailbox and was extremely intoxicated. Stevens was arrested Anne Arundel Police Officer Panowicz and charged with DWI, Auto Theft, and numerous other traffic charges.
Maryland: State Police report DUI arrests for Aug. 16th – 30th 2015; beer and cabs cheap; lawyers start at 10 G’s
Upper Marlboro, MD – Oct. 8, 2015— Maryland State Police report that they arrested an impaired driver, later identified as a Howard County Police Officer, who left the scene of a crash that injured another in Prince George’s County on Oct. 7, 2015. The boozing cop also had a child in the car with him, say police.
This past weekend, October 2, 2015 through October 5, 2015, troopers investigated 15 collisions involving suspected impaired drivers. One of those crashes involved a Maryland State Trooper occurred in the Annapolis area while attempting to stop a suspected drunk driver. He was arrested and charged.
ANNAPOLIS, MD.- Oct.4, 2015 — A driver with a record of many traffic, burglary, and drug arrests was charged with his 2nd DUI within four months and other traffic and criminal charges is under arrest again on Oct. 4, 2015 after he drove his car into the side of the patrol car of the Maryland state trooper attempting to stop him just west of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge on Rt. 50 in Anne Arundel County.
Cops Nab the DUI, Boozy, Woozy and High-Speed Bozos of the Backwoods of Western Maryland
WESTERNPORT, MD. (Oct. 2, 2015) — The Maryland Natural Resources Police report that the boozing while driving mountain boys are restless and stirring on the roads, fields and streams of Western Maryland.
Sources confirm to WUSA9 that the party was held at the home of Kenneth Saltzman, whose daughter was the host. Documents reveal that one partygoer brought two 30-packs of beer and Salzman jokingly asked if one of those cases was for him