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Monthly Archives: January, 2011

Friday Must Read: No DUI Charge for Nacho; UC Berkeley Lays off 150 Managers

Stories you shouldn’t miss: 1. Oakland Councilman Ignacio De La Fuente will not face drunken driving charges because prosecutors couldn’t prove he was legally drunk at the time of his arrest last month, the Trib and Chron report. The Alameda County District Attorney’s Office said that De La Fuente’s blood-alcohol level rose between the time…Read More

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Bucs’ Mike Williams will not be charged with DUI

BY ANWAR S. RICHARDSON The Tampa Tribune Published: January 14, 2011 TAMPA – The Hillsborough County State Attorney’s office will not to pursue a charge of driving under the influence against Tampa Bay Buccaneers receiver Mike Williams based on the results of his urine test. Williams’ urine test results came back clean, Hillsborough County state…Read More

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Latest DUI-related actions in Reno and Sparks – Reno Gazette

<!–Saxotech Paragraph Count: 18–>(2 of 3) Kensi Mary Kivett, 30 days jail, suspended; 48 hours community service with credit time served; $503; DUI school; victim impact panel. Oscar George Soulia, 30 days jail, suspended; 48 hours community service with credit time served; $403; DUI school; victim impact panel. Roland Castaneda-Arriola, 30 days jail, suspended; 48…Read More

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Man gets 12 years for DUI manslaughter

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — A Boca Raton man has been sentenced to 12 years in prison for backing over a woman, who later died, while he was driving drunk. A Broward County judge sentenced 54-year-old Richard Plevniak on Thursday. He was convicted last month of DUI manslaughter. Authorities say Plevniak was backing out of his…Read More

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Wrong-way driver on Highway 1 arrested on DUI charges

WATSONVILLE — A 30 year-old Aromas woman was arrested about 12:30 a.m. today after she drove south on northbound Highway 1, the CHP reported. No one was injured in the incident, and a CHP officer pulled her over just south of Green Valley Road after nine drivers called 911, said CHP spokeswoman Sarah Jackson. Heidi…Read More

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Wrong-way driver arrested for DUI

SB County Wrong-way driver arrested for DUI A Santa Barbara man has been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence after he drove the wrong way Tuesday night on northbound Highway 101 near Winchester Canyon Road and caused a collision, according to the California Highway Patrol. Leslie Dayka, 64, was booked into Santa Barbara…Read More

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DUI arrests down during annual winter campaign

Smarter drivers, poor weather and fewer officers on patrol because of budget cutbacks contributed to fewer arrests during an annual holiday season crackdown on DUI drivers, police in Alameda and Contra Costa counties said. “California is in a budget crisis,” Livermore police Sgt. John Hurd said. “Police agencies are in the same boat. We’re all…Read More

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Concord man arrested on suspicion of DUI in fatal Sunnyvale crash

Moments after a 2002 BMW crashed into a concrete wall Wednesday morning and came to a stop partly in the fast lane of eastbound Highway 237 in Sunnyvale, a 51-year-old Fremont man pulled over on the right shoulder and began to cross the road on foot. In the following seconds, two more cars traveling in…Read More

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Former WWE Announcer & Raw GM Arrested For DUI

TribLocal.com is reporting that former WWE announcer and Raw GM Mike Adamle was arrested this past Monday morning and charged wirh Driving Under the Influence. The story notes, “WMAQ-Ch. 5 sportscaster Mike Adamle has been charged with driving under the influence after he was stopped by Evanston police early Monday and later displayed “erratic behavior,”…Read More

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Vermont lawmakers vow change in DUI law

<!–Saxotech Paragraph Count: 1–> By Terri Hallenbeck, Free Press Staff WriterMONTPELIER — Well aware that a heart-wrenching death in Burlington has renewed public attention in the issue, legislators Tuesday started the process of considering changes to the state’s drunken driving laws.“We were committed to DUI legislation before that,” said House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bill Lippert,…Read More

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