Monthly Archives: December 2014

Avoid a New Year’s DUI with AAA’s Tipsy Tow Service

I don’t mean to sound like a broken record, but the holidays are not over and law enforcement will be out in full force this New Years to catch drunk drivers who are bringing in the New Year with a little too much to drink. Continue reading

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Santa’s Helper Arrested for DUI

The story goes that Santa employs “scout elves” to hide in various places throughout a home during the Christmas season so that they can report back to Santa whether the children of the house have been naughty or nice. One such “Elf on the Shelf,” however, found himself on the naughty list after he was arrested for driving under the influence. Continue reading

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Avoid a Holiday DUI

It’s that time of year again. Spending time with friends and family. Giving gifts and being thankful for the things we already have. Eating, drinking, and being merry. It’s the last of these things that could get some people in trouble this holiday season because drinking and being merry often involves a holiday alcoholic concoction. Continue reading

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DUI from Beer-Battered Fish?

John Przybyla, 73, of Friendship, Wisconsin, told a sheriff’s deputy that the beer-battered fish he had eaten caused his intoxication after he was pulled over on what would be his 10th drunk driving arrest. Continue reading

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Felony DUI Suspect Wasn’t Drunk But Had Rare Medical Condition

Drew Woodall Greene, of Westminster, South Carolina was arrested and charged with two counts of felony DUI after he failed to obey a traffic signal and crashed into another vehicle going about 72 mph. The crash led to the deaths of two people. Continue reading

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