|Teens’ crash deaths spur anti-DUI program (Chicago Tribune)
Two days after four teenagers were killed in an Oswego crash in which the driver has been charged with DUI, three police chiefs from the western suburbs announced a program aimed at preventing alcohol abuse by teens.
|DUI bill requires alcohol rehab (The State)
Legislation would steer all convicted of drunk driving into treatment programs Convicted drunken drivers would have to participate in alcohol treatment programs ‰ÛÓ even if they didn‰Ûªt want their driver‰Ûªs licenses reinstated ‰ÛÓ under a bill introduced Tuesday that would rewrite the state‰Ûªs DUI laws.
|DUI Enforcement Ahead in LCF (La CaÌ±ada Valley Sun)
Capt. Tim Peters, commander of the Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Station, made his monthly report to the La CaÌ±ada Flintridge City Council at Monday night’s meeting, where he announced a grant will fund DUI enforcement points throughout the year.
|DUI Offenders May Need Ignition Locks (News10 Sacramento)
Two state lawmakers are introducing legislation that would require all first time DUI offenders to install interlock ignition devices in their car.
|Man arrested for DUI after South Fargo crash (KXJB TV 4 Fargo)
Officers arrested a Fargo man after a head-on crash in South Fargo seriously injured two people last night. The accident happened at 16th Street and 20th Avenue South near Interstate 94. Police arrested George Schwartz for DUI. They say his car crossed the center line, causing the crash.
|Officers honored for DUI arrest milestone (ABC 7 Gulfshore News)
Just two Cape Coral police officers accounted for 30-percent of the city’s 722 DUI arrests in 2006.
|DUI CHARGES (4) (The Beaver County Times)
DUI CHARGES Anthony Seevers, 23, of Ambridge in a single-vehicle crash around 3:15 a.m. Saturday at Green Garden and Service Church roads in Raccoon Township. State police did not release a blood-alcohol content for Seevers.
|Police: DUI stops up among vacationers (NBC 2 Fort Myers)
Officers with the Marco Island Police Department say they’re getting drivers with DUI levels that could put some people into a coma. Officers say seasonal residents are a main part of the problem.
|DUI Task Force deploys on Super Bowl weekend (Eastern Arizona Courier)
On Feb. 4, local law enforcement agencies deployed as part of the Eastern Arizona DUI Task Force for Super Bowl Sunday. Sixteen officers participated in the deployment in Graham and Greenlee counties from 6 p.m. to 3 a.m.
|Woman cited with DUI after crash (The Barre Montpelier Times Argus)
BERLIN — Late Sunday morning police responded to a one-vehicle collision on I-89 and subsequently cited the driver for DUI. …