THOMPSON – The driver of a vehicle that struck a telephone pole Wednesday on East Thompson Road was charged by state police with operating under the influence of drugs/alcohol.According to Troop D, the vehicle driven by Roger Spencer Staley, 54, of Thompson, left the road at about 6:30 p.m. Wednesday evening and struck the telephone pole. State police say Staley failed field sobriety tests and was arrested without incident.Staley was issued a $500 bond and is to appear April 4 at Danielson
Intoxicated Woman Attempted to Drive Off in an Off-Duty Police Officer’s CarPosted: Mar 17, 2017 11:14 AM MDTUpdated: Mar 17, 2017 11:14 AM MDT An intoxicated Madison woman attempted to drive off in an off-duty police officer’s car after she crashed her car.According to Madison Police, an off-duty MPD officer, on his way home from work this morning, came upon a car crash in the 6200 block of Raymond Rd.He stopped quickly to render aid to a driver. She had been behind the wheel of a car that collided with a vehicle that was parked on the street.The 30-year-old Madison woman was not seriously injured, and when she heard the sound of sirens coming to the scene, she decided to get into the off-duty officer’s personal car. She was attempting to put it in gear, but he prevented her from driving off by reaching in and removing the keys. The woman was cited for several tentative infractions including operating while intoxicated, third offense.
Wrong-way driver, 84, arrested for driving while impairedPublished February 24, 2017 at 7:07 amAn 84-year-old Bloomington woman was arrested for driving while impaired, accused of driving the wrong way on Xerxes Avenue.The woman was arrested during the evening of Feb. 11. She was turning southbound onto Xerxes Avenue from Edinborough Way and was driving in the northbound lanes and traveling directly toward a Bloomington patrol officer traveling northbound over Interstate 494, according to Bloomington Deputy Chief Denis Otterness.The two vehicles nearly collided, and the woman drove onto the center median. The woman had difficulty putting her vehicle in park as the officer approached her vehicle, Otterness said.The suspect said she had consumed a glass-and-a-half of wine and wasn’t suffering from a medical condition. She appeared to have bloodshot and watery eyes, and the officer could smell alcohol emanating from her. When the officer asked her for identification the woman produced three different cards, two of which were credit cards, before handing over her driver’s license, Otterness explained
Woman Charged With DUI, Accused of Hitting Patrol Car Authorities say a southwest Florida woman was drunk when she rear-ended a deputy’s patrol car at a red light. | March 18, 2017, at 3:01 a.m. MORE Woman Charged With DUI, Accused of Hitting Patrol Car MORE ENGLEWOOD, Fla. (AP) — Authorities say a southwest Florida woman was drunk when she rear-ended a deputy’s patrol car at a red light. The Bradenton Herald (https://goo.gl/EximA0 ) reports that 61-year-old Barbara Boyle was arrested Thursday night and