Monthly Archives: April 2017

Designated Driver Killed by Drunk Driving Cop


A student in New York was killed this week after an off-duty NYPD officer who had been driving under the influence collided with her vehicle. The unfortunate twist to this story, however, was that the student was a designated driver … Continue reading

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California Crackdown on Uber Over Drunk Drivers


Uber may have to shell out $1.13 million in fines and fees for failing to address complaints in California over its drivers who worked while under the influence of alcohol. The California Consumer Protection and Enforcement Division of the California … Continue reading

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Tacky T-Shirts and DUI


What do tacky t-shirts and drunk driving have in common? These guys. Harrison Wooten, 25, of Woodstock, Connecticut, was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence this past Monday after he crashed his car into a wall. The incident … Continue reading

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Orange County School Reminds Students of DUI Dangers


Late last month, three high school students from Los Alamitos High School were left dead following a DUI-related collision on the corner of Alamitos Boulevard and Cerritos Avenue. At least that’s what Los Alamitos High School wanted to portray with … Continue reading

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