College student from Greenville killed in DWI crash – A college student from Greenville was killed in a drunk driving accident Sunday night in Durham.Durham police say 18-year-old Myiah Andrews was a passenger in a vehicle that was struck head-on by a suspected drunk driver.The crash happened around 9:30 p.m. on East Greer Street.Natasha Taylor, 25, of Durham, has been charged with felony death by motor vehicle, driving while impaired and failing to maintain lane control.Andrews was a freshman pre-nursing major at North Carolina Central University and died at the scene. Pitt County Schools says she graduated from South Central High School in June.Three other NCCU students were in the vehicle with Andrews and were all injured in the crash.Taylor was jailed on a $250,000 bond and appeared before a judge Monday morning.”I would ask that you keep Ms. Andrews family, friends and classmates in your thoughts and prayers during their time of grief,” said NCCU Interim Chancellor Dr. Johnson Akinleye. “The sudden passing of a promising young person who was just beginning her journey is indeed heartbreaking and causes us to lean on one another for strength as members of a unified Eagle family.”
EAST HAMPTON, NY — A Sagaponack woman drove drunk and sideswiped a tree, police said.
According to East Hampton Town Police, Kiera A. Egan, 29, was arrested on Sunday at 11:10 a.m. on Daniels Hole Road and charged with aggravated DWI: Per Se, .18 of 1 percent or more alcohol, two prior convictions within 10 years, a felony; using a leased, rented or loaned vehicle without an interlock device, a misdemeanor, first degree aggravated unlicensed operation, commit aggravated unlicensed operation 2/alcohol or drug, a felony, and DWI, two prior convictions of designated offenses within 10 years, a felony, police said.
Egan was driving a 2008 Pontiac northwest on Daniels Hole Road when she was in a crash where she left the roadway and sideswiped a tree, police said.