Melrose Place Actress Sentenced in DWI Death

March 10th, 2013

nullFormer Melrose Place actress, Amy Locane-Bovenizer, was sentenced to three years in prison for killing a woman while drunk in 2010. The ex-starlet killed 60-year-old Helene Seeman in Montgomery Township when she plowed into her while drunk in her SUV. Her husband screamed "What a travesty!" and her son stormed out of the courtroom after the sentencing. Locane-Bovenizer was facing up to 10 years in prison for the vehicular homocide but the judge only gave her 3 years.

Source: Clarion Ledger

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Drunk Driver Causes 3 Accidents in 30 Minutes

March 8th, 2013

In Bayonne, New Jersey, Police are accusing a man of causing three accidents in just a half-hour Tuesday.

The accused, John Leahy 46, supposedly had three different accidents within 3 city blocks. Around 8:30 am, he rear ended a Chevy HHV, exchanged information with the other driver, then left the scene. Shortly thereafter, he struck another car nearby at a red light but did not give him his insurance information this time. lastly, Leahy ran a red light and was hit by a Nissan Quest just down the road from the previous two accidents.

Leahy has been arrested and charged with drinking and driving, as well as leaving the scene of an accident, failure to stop at a red light and several other citations.

Source: NJ.com

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Busted Twice in 8 hours for DWI

March 6th, 2013

In Washington State, troopers pulled a woman over and did a blood draw to determine her blood alcohol content, booked her for DWI and then released her. According to Trooper Guy Gill, about 8 hours later she was pulled over in a different vehicle and arrested again. Both times she was impaired and both cars were impounded.

Source:My Northwest.com
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Bobby Brown Sentenced to Jail for Drunk Driving

March 4th, 2013

Bobby BrownA second DWI in one calender year has landed R&B singer, Bobby Brown in jail for almost two months. He also has to complete an 18-month alcohol treatment program as well as 4 years of probation.

Source: NJ.com
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HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY!!

February 14th, 2013

We want to wish you all a very safe and Happy Valentine’s Day!!

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Former Council aide convicted of DUI

February 12th, 2013

A former Philadelphia City Council sergeant-at-arms was found guilty Monday of two counts of driving under the influence by a Municipal Court judge.

Rodney Williams, 42, who had worked for Council since 2004, did not testify, and defense attorney Robin Colley Pitt called no witnesses during the hour-long trial before Judge Gerard A. Kosinski. Kosinski set sentencing for April 1.

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Super Bowl Sunday Has Arrived!

February 3rd, 2013

Whichever team you are cheering for we would like to wish you luck. We are excited for the day to enjoy a good game of football, good food, and great friends. 

Please remember the police are well aware of the days activities. Today, along with everyday is the best day to chose never to drink and drive again. Please pass the word of Sober Sam to your friends and family to insure they don’t make the mistakes many have in the past. 

Join us in our mission to eliminate accidents related to drinking and driving. 

Thank you all for your support! We wish you a safe and enjoyable Super Bowl Sunday!! Hopefully we will see you soon!!

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Dallas Cowboys Josh Brent to be charged with Intoxicated Manslaughter of teammate, Jerry Brown

December 10th, 2012

Josh BrentJosh Brent, Dallas Cowboys nose tackle was released from jail on $500,000 bond Sunday — around the time his team pulled off an emotional, last-second win — after his arrest in the fiery weekend car crash that killed his teammate.

Brent was arrested on suspicion of intoxication manslaughter after a Mercedes he was driving flipped and caught fire early Saturday in Irving, Texas.

Source: Cnn.com

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