May 15th-May 21st in the year Two Thousand and Seventeen
Monday, May 22nd, 2017
Sunday, May 21st, 2017Leaping Lizards? Woman With Reptile In Bra Charged In OUI Crash
NEWTON, MA — There's no doubt local police have to deal with a lot of different types of people and calls, including some very serious and sad ones. But a call that came into the Taunton Police yesterday about a unique car crash had them shaking their heads in disbelief as one twist lead to the next. No one was seriously injured, but it did lead to one arrest, one confiscation of a bearded lizard and one gun scare; so they posted about it on Facebook.
"It almost sounds like a comedy skit," wrote one person in a comment under the post.
When Taunton Police arrived at the crash they saw a woman standing next to a 1999 Mercedes C280 tucked into some trees on a front lawn and a man in the driver seat attempting to get it back on the road.
"That may have been possible if all four tires hadn’t been flattened in the crash, if all the airbags hadn’t deployed and both bumpers hadn’t been ripped off," said police on Facebook, one of a couple jabs they took at the situation.
When officers approached the woman, Amy Rebello-McCarthy, 39, of Newton, she began laughing. Police said she was slurring her words and at times drooling. But she asked them to call a tow truck to pull the car to the roadway so they could be on their way.
"Sorry Amy, we can't move the car right now. If we do, what will you use to hold yourself up?," wrote police.
Officers also spoke to the man who had been trying to get the car out from the trees. He couldn't remember his name, and was also slurring, was smoking near the car, which was leaking gas by this time, and an officer noticed he had what appeared to be a semi-automatic weapon tucked in the rear of his waistband.
"Let’s recap for just a moment!! Two very intoxicated people in a car crash, neither of them coherent, unsteady on their feet, slurring and drooling. If that’s not a bad start, let’s throw the gun into the equation," police vented on Facebook.
Police arrested Amy Rebello-McCarthy and charged her with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of liquor, driving to endanger and a marked lane violation.
But before she was arrested she let police know she had a Bearded Dragon Lizard - in her bra.
"The Bearded Dragon Lizard was transferred to the Taunton Police Department and turned over to the Animal Control Officer. It faces no charges at this time," wrote police. End Scene.
Officer to spend 5 days in jail for being intoxicated at Milford theater with a gun
BATAVIA, Ohio (WKRC) - A judge orders the police officer who prompted a gun scare at a local theater to immediately be taken straight to jail. Cincinnati sergeant Shauna Lambert will spend the next five days in jail.
Lambert's attorney asked for a stay until Friday so she can wrap up a situation at work. Judge Jason Nagel denied that request.
After she serves her jail time, Lambert will spend another 54 days under house arrest with an electronic monitoring device.
Lambert pleaded no contest to inducing panic and using weapons while under the influence. Lambert was intoxicated when she dropped her weapon at the Rave Movie Theater in Milford. Nobody was hurt.
She apologized at her hearing and said she took full responsibility for her behavior. She had a previous OVI arrest before this incident and said she was getting help through rehab and continuing care. "I want to help myself, I don't want to be like that."
As part of the plea, Lambert had explained that she had taken the gun with her to the theater out of concern for her safety, after there had been a shooting at an airport in Florida.
Judge Nagel told her that's not why she was there. She had decided to drink alcohol and not properly secure her weapons. "You're a police officer. A waistband is not a way to have a loaded weapon secured. It's one of the main reasons why that weapon ultimately fell on the floor and was grabbed by another patron of the movie theater."
Lambert will also serve two years probation and serve 80 hours of community service. Judge Nagel told her if she violated her probation she would serve all 180 days in jail.
Lambert has been on desk duty since her arrest and her police powers remain suspended. She will undergo the department's disciplinary process. Judge Nagel did not order her to give up her weapons.
She is banned from consuming alcohol or illegal drugs and going to bars. She's been ordered to stay away from the Milford Rave Cinema.
Saturday, May 20th, 2017Pizza delivery driver arrested for OWI after crashing into pole in Oconomowoc
A pizza delivery driver is accused of driving drunk in the city of Oconomowoc.
Police arrested the driver after he crashed his SUV. We're told the driver was out delivering pizzas when he veered off the road and ran over a utility pole. When police arrived, he told them he had not been drinking. His blood alcohol content, however, said otherwise.
What started out as a Saturday night pizza delivery ended less than a mile from Rosati's Pizza as a 21-year-old delivery driver smashed into a utility pole near Oconomowoc High School.
When police arrived on the scene, they say the driver's "speech was slightly slurred and his eyes were bloodshot."
A police report says the man initially told officers he had not been drinking but later admitted to drinking "at some point earlier in the day." His blood alcohol content clocked in at .108, well above the legal limit.
That driver was arrested but has not been charged so we are not naming him. So, how long had this driver been drunk on the job? The owner of Rosati's Pizza did not want to comment but told us that the driver has been fired from his job at the restaurant.
Because this is that driver's first OWI, he's only receiving a citation and a $1,000 ticket.
We went to his house this afternoon where his mother told us they have no comment on the incident.
Friday, May 19th, 2017Seattle mom arrested for DUII, assaulting an officer
Portland, Ore. – A Seattle mother was arrested for driving under the influence and assaulting a police officer, according to the Portland Police Bureau.
Police said on May 15, they received a report of a vehicle with flat tires weaving in and out of traffic and scraping the jersey barrier on Interstate 5 near Jantzen Beach in Portland.
Once officers stopped the car, they noticed two small children crying in the back seat.
The driver, 28-year-old Amal Shariff, was asked to exit the vehicle.
Once she got out, Shariff hit an officer in the face with her elbow before police were able to place her in handcuffs.
Shariff was arrested on charges of assaulting an officer, resisting arrest, reckless endangerment, reckless driving and driving under the influence of intoxicants.
Her children were taken into protective custody and turned over to the Department of Human Services.
Thursday, May 18th, 2017DWI charge dismissed against daughter of former Niagara assistant DA
A judge apologized to Rachel Winter on Tuesday as he dismissed a drunken driving charge lodged against her by the Niagara County Sheriff's Office after an internal process that Winter's father, a prominent Niagara County attorney, said was politically motivated.
Winter, 21, was pulled over by Deputy Timothy Caughel in Lockport Nov. 24, and Caughel wanted to charge her with driving while intoxicated and reckless driving.
Undersheriff Michael J. Filicetti said last month that the DWI charge was not brought at the time because Caughel's supervisor that night, Lt. Steve Broderick, was doing a favor for Winter's father, Ronald J. Winter, a former assistant Niagara County district attorney. Filicetti said the ex-prosecutor came to Sheriff's Headquarters that night and talked to Broderick.
Broderick, who is also Town of Lewiston supervisor, was the subject of an undisclosed internal administrative action, as was his commander that night, Capt. Jill Herrington.
"Persons in the Sheriff's Department viewed Steve Broderick as a potential candidate for sheriff and sought to discredit him, and used this case to do it," charged Ronald Winter, the law clerk to State Supreme Court Justice Richard C. Kloch Sr.
Broderick, who said he couldn't comment, is a Republican whose family has long been prominent in politics. Sheriff James R. Voutour, whose term runs through 2020, is a Democrat.
"The assertion that this was done to discredit Lt. Broderick is absurd," Voutour said. "The actions of (the Niagara County Sheriff's Office) were to do the right thing when no one else would. That is what the public expects."
"I feel we did the right thing. I have no control over what the court does," Filicetti said. "I'd rather get faulted for doing my job rather than be accused of covering something up."
"I never asked for a favor, and certainly my daughter didn't," Ronald Winter said. "My daughter and I are going to explore what options we have as far as recourse."
The Sheriff's Office added the DWI charge against Rachel Winter March 5, but Niagara Falls City Judge Robert P. Merino threw it out Tuesday, along with the reckless driving charge, finding the evidence of each was legally insufficient.
Rachel Winter then pleaded guilty to failure to keep right and an equipment violation. She was granted a conditional discharge and was not fined, although Merino had to impose state-mandated surcharges totaling $146.
"The court issued an apology to my client on behalf of the justice system," defense attorney Theresa L. Prezioso said.
Orleans County District Attorney Joseph V. Cardone didn't fight Prezioso's dismissal motion. He could not be reached for comment Tuesday.
Cardone was named special prosecutor after Niagara County District Attorney Caroline A. Wojtaszek, a former colleague of Ronald Winter, recused herself. Merino ended up with the case after city judges in Lockport and North Tonawanda also recused themselves because of their connections to Ronald Winter.
Wednesday, May 17th, 2017Felony DUI for man who left Aspen emergency room
A local man with a long criminal history was cited for felony DUI on Sunday after leaving Aspen Valley Hospital's emergency room under the influence of narcotics, according to a police report.
A nurse warned Benjamin Levy, 30, not to drive because of the medication he'd been given, but he apparently didn't heed the advice, according to the report. So the nurse called a drunken-driving hotline and reported that Levy was driving a white Audi station wagon, the report states.
An Aspen police officer spotted the vehicle pulling into the Local's Corner gas station not long after and approached the driver's side door. The officer noticed Levy wearing an AVH hospital bracelet and discovered that his license is suspended for failure to install an interlock device, the report states.
"During my conversation with Levy, I could hear that his speech was slurred," Officer Marcin Debski wrote in the report.
Levy refused to perform roadside sobriety tests and had a breath-alcohol content of 0.0, according to the report.
Debski called the AVH nurse, who explained that Levy "was under the influence of narcotics and should not be operating a motor vehicle," the report states.
Levy also refused to provide a sample of his blood for testing.
Levy, who has three previous DUI convictions, was charged with felony DUI because it is his fourth, according to the report. He also was charged with driving with a suspended license, and had failure-to-appear warrants from Garfield County Court and Arapahoe County Court and another misdemeanor failure-to-appear warrant from the Denver Marshall's Office.
Levy has been arrested repeatedly since 2013, when he fired a gun inside his Woody Creek apartment and the bullet entered his neighbor's apartment. No one was injured in that incident, though Levy also was charged with DUI later that same day.
His latest arrest before Sunday occurred in August, when he was found unconscious next to a hypodermic needle he later admitted contained heroin.
Tuesday, May 16th, 2017Top court upholds strict drunk driving rules
ALBANY — The state's top court has upheld a policy implemented by Gov. Andrew Cuomo's administration that allows the state Department of Motor Vehicles to permanently revoke driving privileges for repeat drunk drivers.
In a 5-0 decision, the state Court of Appeals upheld Cuomo administration rules, put in place in 2012, that take steps going beyond state law governing relicensing procedures for drivers with multiple DWI convictions.
Under state Vehicle and Traffic Law, a driver's license can be revoked if he or she has three drunk-driving convictions in the span of four years, or four convictions in eight years.
The administration added new rules permanently revoking the license of those convicted of five or more alcohol- or drug-related driving offenses in his or her lifetime, or three or more convictions plus at least one other serious driving offense (such as a fatal accident) in the past 25 years.
Under the regulations, those with three or four convictions or incidents within 25 years would have their license applications denied for five years beyond the statutory revocation period. Should a new license be issued, the driver's license would be restricted, limiting him or her to travel to and from, for example, work and medical appointments. The driver would also be required to use an ignition interlock device.
Monday, May 15th, 2017Oakland man facing DUI charge in fatal Route 28 crash
WILEY FORD, W.Va. — An Oakland man was charged with driving under the influence following a Friday head-on crash on state Route 28 that claimed the life of a Hampshire County, West Virginia, man, authorities said.
The Mineral County Sheriff's Office reported 58-year-old Troya Smith of Shanks was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident that occurred just before noon.
A warrant was signed Tuesday morning by Mineral County Magistrate Patrick A. Amoroso charging Tyler A. Sweitzer, 24, of Oakland with driving under the influence causing death. Sweitzer was listed in good condition Tuesday at Ruby Memorial Hospital in Morgantown, a hospital spokeswoman said.
Preliminary investigation by the sheriff's office indicated Sweitzer was operating a 2015 Ford Escape northbound on Route 28 near Press Little Market when, for unknown reasons, the vehicle crossed into the southbound lane directly into the path of a 2004 Ford Ranger operated by Smith and pulling a trailer.
Witnesses told police Smith had no time to react when the Sweitzer vehicle traveled into his lane.
Deputies said the investigation also revealed possible use of a controlled dangerous substance by Sweitzer and speed was cited as a factor.
Upon conviction, the felony charge of driving under the influence causing death carries a maximum sentence of prison of three to 15 years and a fine of $1,000 to $3,000, according to the magistrate's office.
According to Maryland electronic court records, Sweitzer was issued at least three speeding citations in Garrett County in the past two years.
Maryland State Police charged Sweitzer on April 18 for allegedly traveling 87 miles per hour in a 50-mph zone on state Route 135 at CCC Camp Road.
Sweitzer was cited by the Garrett County Sheriff's Office on Feb. 5, 2016, for driving a vehicle in excess of reasonable and prudent speed on Pysell Crosscut Road. He was found guilty of that charge on March 18, court records indicated.
State police also charged Sweitzer with speeding on Interstate 68 at the 24-mile marker on Aug. 26, 2015.
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