Zsa Zsa Gabor : It probably crossed to get a better look at my legs, which, thank goodness, are good, dahling.
Alexa Curtin was reportedly charged recently with driving under the influence of a drug. Court records show that The Real Housewives of Orange County star Lynne Curtin’s daughter Alexa, who has had various legal issues, was charged with allegedly driving under the influence on June 6, 2017. Now she’s been charged with that — and was also cited for driving without a valid driver license.
Law enforcement sources told The Blast that Costa Mesa police officers were called to the scene of an accident at around 2:45 PM on that day in June. Insiders claimed to the website that Alexa had crashed her car and cops came to investigate.
While on the scene, the police believed that Alexa, who had been driving the car, appeared to be under the influence. “Police had her perform a field sobriety test, which we’re told she failed,” The Blast reported.
Alexa submitted to a blood test by police and the results came back allegedly showing a cocktail of prescription drugs, including Clonazepam (aka Klonopin) and opioids.
The RHOC wild child was officially charged on April 18 in Orange County Court and an arraignment has been set for June.
NICE >> What started as a traffic stop ended as an arrest for the illegal possession of a firearm and driving under the influence of one Nice man on Wednesday.
Jose Gustavo Mena III, 43, was caught by a Lake County Sheriff’s Deputy driving while on his cellphone in the area of Liberty Street and Buckingham Way during the evening hours.
The deputy followed the vehicle, a black BMW, and noticed the driver moving around and leaning toward the passenger side. He was then stopped on Highway 20 and Butte Street.
There, the deputy smelled a strong odor of marijuana coming from inside the car. Mena told the deputy the BMW belonged to a family member who smoked. He was then ordered to step outside, where the deputy later determined Mena was under the influence of the controlled substance.
He was placed under arrest after that.
During a search of the vehicle, the deputy located three marijuana cigarettes, a lock pick set, and a loaded 9mm handgun in the pocket located on the back of the passenger seat. The handgun was not registered.
Mena was transported to the Lake County Jail where he was booked for several felonies including carrying a loaded, concealed firearm and driving under the influence.
It was also determined that Mena had a felony arrest warrant out of Texas for being a felon in possession of a firearm.
Mena remains in custody at the Lake County Jail with his bail set at $50,000.
Timothy Leary : Because that’s the only kind of trip the Establishment would let it take.
LAPD Commander Nicole Mehringer, 47, was arrested on a misdemeanor charge of allegedly being drunk in public near Lomita Avenue and Brand Boulevard about 1 a.m., according to Glendale police and L.A. County Jail records.
Sgt. James Kelly, 46, was arrested at the same location for allegedly driving under the influence. His arrest happened at 1:37 a.m., according to Glendale police and jail records.
Mehringer, whose married name is Nicole Alberca is currently assigned to the department’s Employee Relations Group, LAPD officer Chris No said. Kelly also works in the same unit, No added. Both officers were placed on administrative leave, he said.
Tahnee Lightfoot, a Glendale police spokeswoman, said their arrests came as part of a DUI investigation, not at a checkpoint. Glendale police released a conflicting statement which read “Nicole Mehringer was detained (not arrested) for public intoxication and taken into custody. She was later released after several hours.
James Kelly was arrested on suspicion of DUI and was later released pending a court appearance.”
Mehringer posted $250 in bail and was released at 4:13 a.m. Kelly posted a $5,000 bond and was released from custody at 4:14 a.m. He is scheduled to appear in court at 8:30 a.m. May 1 in Glendale.
This afternoon, LAPD Chief Charlie Beck released a statement on the arrests of the two officers.
“I have been briefed on the circumstances of these arrests and am extremely concerned about the allegations. In addition to the criminal cases we have initiated personnel investigations, which can result in serious consequences,” Beck said.
Kelly’s father, James Kelly Sr., told NBC4 that his is not known to drive when drinking and he doesn’t even drink that much.
The CEO of ice cream empire Dippin’ Dots was arrested earlier this month after he allegedly crashed his car into a power line pole and two houses in Oklahoma, police revealed Wednesday.
Edmond Police said 38-year-old Stephen Scott Fischer was charged with driving under the influence for an incident that occurred after he left a local children’s hospital just after midnight on April 8.
Police said an officer encountered Fischer at the scene of a crash on Boulevard Street near Covell Road.
In the police report, obtained by Fox News, the officer said he noticed that power lines were arcing and a power pole had been hit. Further up the road, the office said he found a white BMW that had crashed against a house.
The driver, who identified himself as Fischer, was uninjured from the crash, but pinned inside the car, officials said.
The businessman admitted he drank at least three mixed drinks at a Dancing for a Miracle event sponsored by the Children’s Hospital Foundation, authorities said. According to the event’s website, Fischer was listed as one of the “dancing celebrities.”
“I asked [Fischer] about the accident and he said he did not remember anything from the accident and could not remember how the accident happened,” the police report stated.
The affidavit said Fischer was “swaying back and forth, his speech was slowed and slurred.”
Police eventually determined Fischer’s car spiraled off the road, crashed through a fence and hit two other homes before coming to a stop.
Fischer was taken to a local hospital for treatment. He was arrested on a complaint of driving under the influence after refusing to take a blood test and would not cooperate with police.
A spokesman for Dippin’ Dots said in a statement to News9 that it would be “inappropriate to comment on specific details.”
“We are grateful that Mr. Fischer did not suffer any life-threatening injuries as a result of this single car accident,” the statement said. “He remains most appreciative of the firefighters, first responders and medical personnel who assisted him.”
Roseanne Barr : Urrrrrp. What chicken?
The camera never lies.
Which is a disaster for drunk teacher Louise Willard whose own dashcam caught her swerving all over the road and hitting speeds of up to 51mph along residential streets.
The shocking footage showed Willard, 41, who was three times over the limit hitting curbs, going into grass verges and narrowly missing workmen in the road and oncoming traffic during the 20 minute drunken drive.
Her white Vauxhall Corsa even crashed into the back of parked Audi in Bexhill.
Louise Willard even smashed her car up before driving again (SWNS)
Undeterred, Willard reversed off in her damaged car but stopped a short distance later.
Sussex Police were first alerted at 5.24pm on 4 April by a member of the public who reported the Corsa repeatedly clipping the kerb on the A259 Marsh Road.
Shortly afterwards, a second call was received reporting the same car erratically driving before crashing into a parked Audi A4.
She was found uninjured by officers in her car and failed a roadside breathalyser test blowing 94mcg of alcohol per 100ml of breath when the legal limit is 35mcg.
The dashcam showed her swerving into obstacles on the road (SWNS)
She pleaded guilty to drink driving and failing to stop at Hastings Magistrates’ Court yesterday and was banned from driving for two years.
Willard of Bexhill was also handed a 12-month community order, requiring her to carry out 150 hours of unpaid work.
PC Nathan Langley, of the Polegate Roads Policing Unit, said: ‘The scary thing is this isn’t a particularly unusual or extraordinary example of drink-driving; the driver has displayed a number of characteristics which you would typically expect.