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$50,000 to fund five sobriety checkpoints? “No thanks,” said Fullerton Councilmen Travis Kiger, Bruce Whitaker and Greg Sebourn. They did however vote to accept $146,222 to fund other DUI prevention programs including saturation patrols. Continue reading
“I Vote for Vodka,” “USA Drinking Team,” “Misery Loves Alcohol,” and “I Drink You’re Cute” are some of the phrases displayed on a recent line of female shirts by the trendy retailer Urban Outfitter. Humorous? Continue reading
On September 10, 1897, a London taxi driver by the name of George Smith became the first person to ever be arrested for driving under the influence. The 25-year-old crashed his cab into the side of a building, presumably after leaving a pub where he might have had some fish and chips and a few too many pints of beer whist watching a game of football. Smith was charged 25 shillings after pleading guilty. Continue reading
The 14th Annual M.A.D.D. California Statewide Law Enforcement& Community Recognition Dinner was held on June 2, 2012 in Sacramento where the non-profit organization awarded law enforcement officers and agencies for their work in curtailing drunk driving. Continue reading