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Monthly Archives: November, 2010

Mike Williams Update: Tampa Bay WR Expected To Start Despite DUI

Arrested early Friday morning on suspicion of driving under the influence, Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Williams is expected to start in Week 11 in spite of his run-in with the law. Williams is the Bucs’ leading receiver in 2010 and has developed good chemistry with quarterback Josh Freeman, so his issues off the…Read More

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UT football player arrested for DUI in Knoxville

By MARK NAGI 6 Sports Anchor/Reporter KNOXVILLE (WATE) – According to the Knox County Jail’s intake roster, Vols quarterback Doak Raulston was arrested early Saturday morning for driving under the influence. The Tennessee Highway Patrol handled the arrest. No other details have been released so far. Raulston is a transfer from Louisiana Tech, the place…Read More

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Court dispositions: Penalties imposed in DUI – Chicago Sun

Court dispositions: Penalties imposed in DUI Nov 20, 2010 07:24PM Share E-Mail Print The following court records of charges that originated in Naperville were provided by the circuit clerk’s office: Allen D. Bailey, 3004 Prairie Path Lane, Joliet: driving under the influence of alcohol — first or second offense, fines and costs assessed; driving with…Read More

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Buccaneers' Mike Williams travels with team after arrest on DUI charge

Mike Williams of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers did not practice after his arrest on a DUI charge early Friday, but Coach Raheem Morris said the rookie who leads the team in receiving will travel to San Francisco and play Sunday against the 49ers. The fourth-round draft pick from Syracuse was arrested after Florida authorities said…Read More

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Salinas police participate in DUI checkpoint turkey giveaway

Motorists who successfully pass through a DUI checkpoint in Salinas on Monday could be offered a free turkey, according to police. In the spirit of the holiday season, the Safe Teens Empowerment Project in Salinas, which is part of the Sun Street Centers drug and alcohol recovery centers, and Salinas police are holding the eighth…Read More

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Jim Leyritz acquitted on DUI manslaughter charges

UPDATE: According to Curt Anderson of the Associated Press, Jim Leyritz was acquitted on DUI manslaughter charges for a December 2007 crash that resulted in the death of Fredia Ann Veitch. However, he was convicted on a misdemeanor charge of driving under the influence, which could put him in jail for a maximum sentence of…Read More

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DUI checkpoint planned Saturday in Chino Hills

San Bernardino County sheriff’s deputies from the Chino Hills station will conduct a DUI and driver’s license checkpoint from 7 p.m. Saturday to 3 a.m. Sunday. The checkpoint will be at an undisclosed location in Chino Hills, according to a sheriff’s news release. Officers will check drivers licenses and look for signs of intoxication. The…Read More

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Report: Bucs to start WR Williams after DUI

Either Williams passed his urine test, or the Bucs are coming up with whatever excuse possible to get him in the lineup. They’ll need him. Tampa doesn’t project to have a ton of success on the ground against the 49ers’ top-ten run defense, and San Francisco is vulnerable in the back end. Ranked 15th among…Read More

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Passenger Killed in DUI Crash in Orosi

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Phillips found guilty of murder, DUI, assault

A jury convicted an Anchorage woman of murder for causing a crash on the Seward Highway last year, while drunk behind the wheel. The victim’s family called the decision a, “little piece of justice,” saying too many people take chances and drive drunk. Lori Phillips’ attorney says she isn’t making excuses, but there’s there’s a…Read More

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