BEDFORD, Ohio — The former law director of Bedford was arrested Friday night and charged with OVI.
According to a report from Bedford police, an anonymous call was received, reporting a drunk driver in a white Chevy SUV on Broadway.
An officer at Southwick and Broadway spotted a vehicle which matched that description. The report states the officer observed numerous traffic violations including an illegal u-turn which almost caused an accident.
At that time, a traffic stop was initiated.
Police say the driver, Kenneth Schuman, was arrested for OVI and taken to the Bedford jail. According to the report, Schuman provided a breath sample of .235 percent.
He was charged with OVI and other traffic offenses.
Schuman was arrested in 2014 in Twinsburg on an OVI charge.
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BARABOO, Wis. – A drunken driver found asleep at the wheel Saturday morning drove away from police three times, backed into a deputy’s patrol vehicle and tried to rock his truck free from a retaining wall, deputies said.
Sauk County sheriff’s deputies responded around 11:10 a.m. to the area of Terrytown and Cornfield roads for a report of a truck doing donuts in a field, according to a release.
Deputies found a vehicle in the yard of a private residence with a driver, 20-year-old Quentin D. Labansky, passed out in the front seat, officials said. When deputies made contact with Labansky, he started to back up and hit one of the patrol vehicles parked in the driveway.
Labansky then drove forward through the yard and sped off, according to the release. Deputies pursued Labansky for a short time until he stopped and appeared to be cooperating with deputies, until he sped off again through the yard of another residence and then onto Terrytown Road.
Deputies terminated the pursuit, but Labansky’s truck was eventually seen in Baraboo, where officers attempted to stop it again, officials said. Labansky drove into a yard in Ridge Street and got hung up on a retaining wall.
Labansky continued to rock the truck, attempting to free it from the retaining wall, according to the release. Officers had to break out both windows and hit Labansky with a Taser to get him to comply.
Labansky was arrested on tentative charges of eluding, OWI with a controlled substance, hit-and-run causing property damage, operating after suspension and operating without insurance. He also faces tentative charges of burglary and theft from an incident not related to the pursuits.
Smith was pulled over in south Columbia in the 500 block of Old Plank Road, according to a spokesman from the sheriff’s department.
No further information was immediately available.
Mizzou released the following statement: “Per Mizzou Athletics’ department policy, Mitchell has been suspended from team activities for a minimum of one week.” Under Mizzou athletics department policy, an athlete arrested for a first-offense DWI is suspended from team activities for a minimum of one week. The Tigers begin preseason practice this week.
Smith has missed most of the last two seasons while recovering from a knee injury suffered in January 2017. He’s expected to push for playing time this season. The Van Buren, Ark., native joined the program in 2016 under former coach Kim Anderson.
Smith is the second Mizzou basketball player arrested for DWI in the last six months. Former player Jordan Barnett was arrested in March, costing him a chance to play in the Tigers’ final game of the season in the NCAA Tournament.
A car ended up on the roof of a Pittsburgh supermarket early Saturday morning.
Police said they responded to a call around 4 a.m. at the Greenfield Giant Eagle.
When they arrived, they found a car on the roof with the driver standing next to it.
Giant Eagle employees were evacuated.
Police said the driver was traveling at a high rate of speed and could not negotiate a bend in the road. The driver then struck a curb, went airborne and landed on the roof, police said.
The driver was arrested for driving while intoxicated.
- A 25-year-old man was stopped by LAPD West Traffic over the weekend at a DUI checkpoint in Santa Monica
- The man was riding on the sidewalk, which is against the law
- Bird scooters also state in their user agreement that riders can not be under the influence of alcohol
Bird scooters have become a growing nuisance on the West Coast and now they are responsible for at least one DUI.
A 25-year-old man was stopped by LAPD West Traffic over the weekend at a DUI checkpoint in Santa Monica.
The man made two obvious mistakes that led to his eventual charges.
A 25-year-old man was stopped by LAPD West Traffic over the weekend at a DUI checkpoint in Santa Monica
First, he was riding on the sidewalk and riders are supposed to ride solely on the street.
Second, his breath also reeked of booze and the man was said to have refused taking a breathalyzer test.
Bird scooters also state in their user agreement that riders can not be under the influence of alcohol
The man was eventually arrested for a misdemeanor DUI after he failed the sobriety test.
Bird’s user agreement does state that riders are not to be operated under the influence of alcohol.
The man’s identity is currently unknown.