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Monthly Archives: January, 2011

Rep. Sharon Tomiko Santos pleads guilty in DUI arrest

State Rep. Sharon Tomiko Santos, D-Seattle, pleaded guilty Thursday morning to a charge of negligent driving stemming from a DUI arrest last summer. The arrest, first reported Thursday by Seattlecrime.com, took place July 20 on I-5 in South Seattle. A state Patrol trooper said he observed Santos’ car slowly drifting in and out of her…Read More

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Pinal County Sheriff's Office DUI taskforce brings 'em in

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Holiday DUI crackdown nets 145 arrests in Tri-Cities

Officers took 145 drunken drivers off Tri-City roads during a special holiday season DUI enforcement campaign. Numbers released Wednesday for the Drive Hammered, Get Nailed emphasis patrols show 102 drivers were arrested for suspected DUI in Benton County and 43 in Franklin County. Statewide, 3,577 impaired drivers were stopped and arrested. The statewide campaign, sponsored…Read More

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Jamie Pressly Arrested for DUI

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DUI: 145 drunk drivers arrested in Tri-Cities over holidays

Nearly 150 drunken drivers were taken off Tri-City roads during a special holiday season DUI enforcement campaign. Numbers just released today for the Drive Hammered, Get Nailed emphasis patrols show 102 drivers were arrested for suspected DUI in Benton County and 43 in Franklin County. The statewide campaign, sponsored by the Washington Traffic Safety Commission,…Read More

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Ex-Mount Prospect school bus driver guilty of DUI

A former school bus driver admitted in court Wednesday that she was drunk when she dropped off a busload of students last spring in Mount Prospect. Betty Burden, 55, pleaded guilty to aggravated DUI. She had maintained her innocence since she was arrested on March 9 after police said her blood-alcohol content was 0.226 —…Read More

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Mt. Prospect ex-school bus driver pleads guilty to DUI

A former Mount Prospect school bus driver admitted in court today that she was drunk when she dropped off a busload of students last spring. Betty Burden, of Mount Prospect, pleaded guilty this morning to two counts of aggravated DUI. She had maintained her innocence since she was arrested on March 9 after police said…Read More

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Holiday DUI arrests in Santa Clara County dropped 13% from last season

DUI arrests in Santa Clara County dropped 13 percent during the holidays compared with the previous year, according to the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office. Sheriff’s spokesman Sgt. Rick Sung said the holiday “Avoid the 13” crackdown resulted in 557 arrests compared with 632 DUI in 2009, through the same time period from midnight Dec….Read More

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Nebraska DT Steinkuhler sentenced for DUI

Nebraska DT Steinkuhler sentenced for DUI Published January 04, 2011 | Associated Press View All Comments

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Tone Loc Cites Seizure For Arrest, DUI

The longtime actor/rapper says a seizure was the reason for his irregular driving on an early December morning. Last month, entertainer Tone Loc – real name Anthony Smith – was arrested and booked for a DUI after being pulled over at 3:00 a.m. for erratic driving. However, the 44-year-old actor/rapper of “Wild Thing” fame claims…Read More

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