Ralph Waldo Emerson : It didn’t cross the road; it transcended it.
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark – Arkansas quarterback Cole Kelley has been arrested for driving while intoxicated, careless driving and other offenses in Fayetteville.Continue Reading BelowA report filed by the Fayetteville Police Department says the 20-year-old redshirt freshman was booked at 8:47 a.m. Sunday. Bond for Kelly was set at $935 and records indicate Kelly was being held at the Washington County Jail two hours later.The police report says Kelley refused to take a breathalyzer test. Records indicate an initial court hearing for Kelley is scheduled Monday.In a statement, Arkansas head coach Bret Bielema says he’s aware of the incident involving Kelley and that the university is gathering information.Kelley played in the fourth quarter in Arkansas’ 33-10 loss to LSU on Saturday. He has 1,038 passing yards, eight touchdowns and four interceptions this season.
Oliver Stone : The question is not, ‘Why did the chicken cross the road?’ but rather, ‘Who was crossing the road at the same time, whom we overlooked in our haste to observe the chicken crossing?’
Mass. state trooper claims he was forced to change DUI arrest record for judge’s daughterFox NewsA Massachusetts state trooper is claiming that he was forced to alter an arrest record for a local judge’s daughter after she was stopped for driving under the influence.Continue Reading BelowTrooper Ryan Sceviour, 29, was reprimanded last month for allegedly including comments about oral sex in the Oct. 16 arrest report of Allie Bibaud, the daughter of Dudley District Court Judge Timothy Bibaud.According to Boston 25, Sceviour arrested the younger Bibaud after she allegedly swerved into a police construction detail on I-190 in Worcester. During her arrest, Bibaud allegedly said: “My dad’s a [expletive] judge. He’s going to kill me,” along with comments seemingly implying she would trade sexual favors for leniency.Sceviour wrote everything she said in his report. He claims he was simply doing his job.Continue Reading BelowBut Bibaud’s father allegedly asked friends in positions of authority to have the comment removed from the arrest report, Boston 25 reported.Sceviour claims his superiors, including State Police Major Susan Anderson, forced him to redact the arrest warrant three days later and threatened to fire him if he refused. “You are to immediately code 7 to the barracks, per the colonel. It’s an order from the colonel. It’s got something to do with an arrest report, umm, a judge’s daughter,” said a voicemail recording left on Sceviour’s phone.After Sceviour edited the report, he was reprimanded for including her salty language.“The revision consisted only of removal of a sensationalistic and inflammatory directly quoted statement by the defendant, which made no contribution to proving the elements of the crimes with which she was charged. Inclusion of an unnecessary sensationalistic statement does not meet the report-writing standards required by the department,” a police statement said at the time. Sceviour told Boston 25 he has not been able to sleep since he was forced to alter the police report. He wants an apology and to clear his name.“They have impaired his reputation. People hear his name, ‘isn’t that guy who faked the report. Isn’t that the guy who covered up for the judge?’” Sceviour’s attorney Lenny Kesten told the news station. “He said, ’I don’t want to. This is wrong.’ He said, ‘this is morally wrong.’ [Anderson] said it’s a direct order from the colonel.”In a statement, the state police stood behind its decision to revise the arrest report.“The removal of the inflammatory and unnecessary quotation did not change the substance of the trooper’s narrative, did not remove any elements of probable cause from the report, and, most importantly, had no impact on the charges against the defendant,” the statement read. “The defendant remains charged – as she was initially charged — with operating under the influence of drugs, operating under the influence of liquor, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, and two other motor vehicle offenses, and she will be held accountable for those crimes based on the evidence collected by State Police.”
Howland Twp. trustee charged with OVI ordered to spend 3 days in jailThe trustee was pulled over on Oct. 28 on Route 422By WKBN StaffPublished: November 10, 2017, 5:28 am Updated: November 10, 2017, 7:16 am NILES, Ohio (WKBN) – The Howland Township trustee charged with OVI will spend three days in jail.According to court records, James Lapolla, Jr. pleaded no contest to the charges and was sentenced Wednesday to 30 days in jail, 27 of those days were suspended. His license is also suspended for six months.Lapolla will have to serve those three days in jail within 60 days. His attorney also filed a motion Thursday for Lapolla to attend a driver intervention program.AdvertisementLapolla was charged with OVI and a lane violation after police pulled him over on Route 422 on Oct. 28.A police report says Lapolla told officers he had a few drinks but didn’t submit to a blood alcohol test.
Mark Twain : The news of its crossing has been greatly exaggerated.
INDIANAPOLIS — Police say a woman drunkenly crashed into a McDonald’s drive through early Sunday morning before attacking responding officers.The crash happened around 2:00 a.m. Sunday at the McDonald’s located at 3649 South Keystone Avenue.According to an incident report, 29-year-old Skyla Bolden crashed her 2009 Nissan into a pole in the restaurant’s drive-through.When officers responded, Bolden allegedly kicked one of them.According to police, Bolden has a prior OWI arrest and blew a 0.220 BAC on a portable breathalyzer.Bolden was arrested on preliminary charges of operating a vehicle while intoxicated and battery on a police officer.
PORTLAND, Texas — Actor Lou Diamond Phillips faces a driving while intoxicated charge in Texas for an incident that happened just hours before he appeared at a speaking engagement in Corpus Christi.
Police in Portland, Texas, arrested Phillips around 1:30 a.m. Friday. Jail records show the “La Bamba” star was freed after posting bail, which had been set at $2,500.
Police Chief Mark Cory says an officer was conducting an unrelated traffic stop when the 55-year-old Phillips drove up and asked for directions. The officer suspected Phillips had been drinking.
Cory says Phillips’ blood alcohol level was .20 percent — more than twice the legal limit for driving.
Cory says Phillips, who listed a California address, was cooperative.
Jail records listed no attorney for Phillips, a 1980 graduate of Corpus Christi’s Flour Bluff High School.