Former Council aide convicted of DUI

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!

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!!

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

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

Bobby Brown Arrested for DUI…Again

Bobby Brown43-year-old R&B singer, Bobby Brown, was arrested on DUI charges earlier today in Van Nuys, California.

It is Brown’s second arrest this year that is alcohol related. A judge in March sentenced Brown to an alcohol treatment program as well as probation and a fine when he pleaded no contest to a DUI charge one month after his ex-wife Whitney Houston died.

The New Edition singer has had a history of drug and alcohol problems over the years and admitted himself into a treatment program in August after marrying his second wife.

Source: ABC News

Hall of Fame Catcher, Carlton Fisk, Charged with Drinking and Driving

Carlton FiskIn New Lenox, Illinois, Ex-Red Sox and White Sox catcher, Carlton Fisk was found unconscious behind the wheel of his car, in the middle of a corn field.

“Around 7:20 (Monday) night, we received a couple of calls about a vehicle in a field,” Deputy Chief Bob Pawlisz said.

The Deputy Chief went on to say that the Hall of Fame catcher was, “charged with a lane violation, driving under the influence and illegal transportation of alcohol. An open container of alcohol was found in the vehicle.”

Source: ESPN