May 7th thru May 13th in the year Two Thousand and Eighteen
Sunday, May 13th, 2018Crash at the Korner: Troopers say car drove into ice cream shop
HUBBARD, Ohio (WKBN) - The Ohio State Highway Patrol is investigating after a car crashed into a popular ice cream store.
Troopers reported to Katie's Korner in Hubbard, across the street from Love's gas station.
Highway Patrol says a small car crashed into the side of the building, causing some damage.
They say the cause of the crash is still unknown but one man was arrested with an OVI.
There were no reported injuries.
Saturday, May 12th, 2018Alleged drunk driver crashes car just hours after buying it
A 2014 Chevrolet Trailblazer was left unrecognizable after a rollover crash on northbound I-94, just south of Highway 11 in Racine County Thursday night.
The driver, a 44-year-old Kenosha man, was uninjured.
“That’s miraculous when you look at the damage to the vehicle,” said Racine County Sheriff Richard Schmaling. “I thought for certain it would be a deceased individual.”
Schmaling says the driver’s blood alcohol level was more than twice the legal limit, and this isn’t his first offense.
“This was his third OWI,” Schmaling said. “His own statement confirms he was out drinking and celebrating.”
Celebrating the purchase of his new car. The man bought the Trailblazer just a few hours before crashing it.
The number of drivers with multiple OWI’s on Wisconsin roads is escalating.
Schmaling says Racine County law enforcement agencies recorded at least 750 OWI arrests last year.
“The Sheriff's Office made a little more than half of those arrests,” he said. “So far, we've seen about a 20 percent increase in OWI arrests this year. I expect that to continue to go up with all the economic development here, meaning additional people coming into our community. “
With the construction of Foxconn nearby - and other new businesses and housing subdivisions – impaired driving can create a very dangerous mix.
“We've been working very closely with the Tavern League,” Schmaling said. “They're very receptive to the Safe Ride Program. You have Lyft, Uber and a number of others. But it’s really going to take changing the mindset of people who continue to get behind the wheel when they shouldn’t.”
Law enforcement agencies throughout the state continue to advocate for stronger penalties.
Friday, May 11th, 2018FDNY boss loses control of vehicle in Manhattan, busted for DWI
FDNY honcho Steve Cassidy was busted for DWI and cocaine possession after his city-owned car careened onto a busy Midtown sidewalk — narrowly missing two women, cops said.
Cassidy, a former head of the firefighters union and current vice chair of the FDNY pension fund, was arrested just before midnight Tuesday after his vehicle jumped the curb on Seventh Ave. near W. 30th St., authorities said.
Witnesses said he tried to bolt from the accident scene but was stopped and held by a pair of pedestrians.
Cassidy remained in custody Wednesday awaiting arraignment in Manhattan Criminal Court on the booze and drug charges. Police recovered a cocaine-filled yellow envelope tucked inside his wallet, officials said.
Eyewitness Jakob Grabel watched an incoherent Cassidy lurch from his car and collapse to the ground after the accident.
He looked “bewildered and out of it,” recalled Grabel. “He got out of the car and tried to walk off but two good Samaritans stopped him. I called 911.
“He was mumbling gibberish, not speaking any proper English," the student added.
Cassidy, 62, identified himself as a fire marshal to two witnesses, according to Grabel.
A source indicated Cassidy could face additional criminal charges for impersonating a fire marshal. There was no response for comment from the FDNY, and the fire union declined comment.
The officers were “calm and courteous” and at one point placed their hands on Cassidy’s back to keep him from stumbling, a video shot by Grabel showed.
“I think people from different backgrounds would have gotten cuffed easily,” said Grabel, a student at the Fashion Institute of Technology.
Cassidy, the father of two, is currently separated from his wife. According to a source, Cassidy was recovering from double knee surgery and taking prescription medicine before having a few drinks.
The mix of meds and alcohol may have contributed to his woozy state, the source said.
Nobody was injured in the accident, and police said Cassidy had no prior arrests. It was unclear where Cassidy was coming from or where he was headed when his vehicle went up on the sidewalk.
Cassidy also appeared to violate city conflict of interest laws that bar employees from using government cars for personal business.
In 2016, City and State named Cassidy one of the city’s 100 most powerful people.
Cassidy was the first Uniformed Firefighters Association head to be elected directly from a firehouse, according to his bio.
The UFA is the largest fire union in the U.S., with about 8,500 active and 15,000 retired members.
In 2016, he left the union post to become the lead trustee and vice-chairman of the FDNY Pension and Investments Board — a move that raised the hackles of union members who saw his new job as a betrayal of the rank-and-file.
Critics accused Cassidy of violating the so-called “turncoat provision” passed after previous union president Tom Von Essen became fire commissioner under then-Mayor Rudy Giuliani.
The provision barred union officials from going to work for the city for three years after stepping down from their union duties.
As union president, Cassidy pushed for compensation for firefighters and first responders who suffered from the environmental effects of the 9/11 attacks.
He advocated for separate acknowledgment of emergency responders on the 9/11 memorial — in opposition to Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who favored a random list of names.
Thursday, May 10th, 2018Police: Man unseats mayor, gets arrested for DUI hours after election
SHARPSBURG -- A victory celebration may have been just a little bit too much for one area mayoral candidate.
Officials in Nash County said Robert Williams, Jr. was arrested for a DUI hours after being elected the mayor of Sharpsburg.
He was booked into the Nash County Jail after 11:30 Tuesday night and bonded out early the next morning.
He's charged with driving while impaired, carrying a concealed weapon, concealed gun after/while consuming alcohol, concealed handgun-private premises prohibited sign/statement, and two counts of resist/delay/obstruct public officer discharge duties.
Williams, who was the tri-county town's appointed mayor from 2011-2013, defeated incumbent Randy Weaver in a do-over election.
In unofficial election results, Williams received 169 votes, or 50.90 percent, to Weaver's 162 votes, or 48.80 percent.
Tuesday's special election was called in response to irregularities found in a Wilson County precinct November 7.
Williams' complaint was found to have merit and a Wake County Superior Court judge ordered a special election to determine the winner of the mayoral race.
Sharpsburg is divided between Nash, Edgecombe, and Wilson counties.
Wednesday, May 9th, 2018Man accused of driving lawn mower drunk, cutting someone else's grass
INDIANAPOLIS — An Indiana man was arrested and charged with driving a lawn mower while intoxicated, police said.
On Saturday, officers pulled over Barry Ridge, 46, of Franklin, Ind., while he was driving down County Road 100 North on a red lawn mower, according to the Johnson County (Ind.) Sheriff's department.
The Franklin Police Department received a complaint early Saturday evening from someone upset that Ridge drove onto their yard and started mowing the grass. Ridge then headed down the road.
Officers said Ridge's eyes appeared "glassy." He failed a breathalyzer test, which found his blood-alcohol level to be 0.189%. In Indiana, the legal limit for intoxication is 0.08%.
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This isn't the first time Ridge was arrested for driving his lawn mower while drunk, according to police records. He was arrested in a Kroger parking lot for operating the mower while intoxicated and "causing a disturbance" on April 8. His Huskee lawn tractor was impounded.
Ridge is still awaiting trial for the first arrest. He was taken to the Johnson County Jail on Saturday.
Tuesday, May 8, 2018Off-duty MSP trooper charged with OUI in Lynnfield
LYNNFIELD, Mass. - An off-duty Massachusetts State Police Trooper was arrested over the weekend for allegedly driving under the influence of alcohol.
Two to three calls were made to State Police reporting a white SUV driving erratically on Routes 28 and 95.
Troopers from the State Police barracks in Danvers arrested Alfred G. Burgos, 35, after stopping him in the Goodwin Circle Rotary in Lynnfield at around 11:40 p.m. on Saturday.
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The officer had been honored at the 19th annual awards dinner in Malden for the Irish American Police Officers Association.
Sources tell Boston 25 News that Burgos received the Medal of Valor for being on the front lines during the gun battle with armed suspects in Roslindale in October of 2016.
He was then charged for operating under the influence of liquor, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, and committing a marked lanes violation.
The officer was bailed from the barracks and will be arraigned some time this week. He has been relieved of duty pending a departmental duty status hearing.
Burgos is assigned to the State Police Division of Investigative Services, and is expected to appear in front of a judge on Thursday.
State Police have not released any further information.
Monday, May 7th, 2018Man acquitted after refusing roadside tests
A man who authorities say has five DUI convictions has been found not guilty of another drunken-driving charge after refusing to take roadside sobriety tests.
According to the McHenry County sheriff’s deputy who pulled him over for speeding, Thomas Wangler smelled of alcohol, had glassy eyes, was slurring his words and had an open can of beer in his car during the 2016 stop.
He “had absolutely no business operating a motor vehicle,” Assistant State’s Attorney Randi Freese told jurors.
But lacking evidence of his blood-alcohol content, Wangler was found not guilty Tuesday of aggravated driving under the influence, a felony. Prosecutors said the 54-year-old Algonquin man has at least five prior DUI convictions, with his indictment citing three in Cook County, all in 1990, and two in McHenry County, in 1993 and 2001.
Police in several McHenry County communities pointed to these kinds of cases when they announced last month that they would move to a no-refusal policy. That means that if a driver who is suspected of DUI refuses a breath test, police will automatically seek a warrant for a blood test.
Authorities said they made the move mainly to target repeat offenders who they say know how to game the system by refusing roadside testing, despite the other penalties that can come with that, including a driver’s license suspension.
Wangler, as it happened, was driving with a suspended license during his arrest and was convicted of that offense, prosecutors said. He also has four prior convictions for driving with a suspended or revoked license, also in Cook and McHenry counties, the most recent in 2002, according to the indictment in the current case. He’s due to be sentenced in June.
The officer who arrested Wangler in 2016, Sheriff’s Deputy Jeremy Bruketta, testified this week that he pulled Wangler over along Route 31 near Crystal Lake because his Cadillac was going 11 mph over the speed limit.
Bruketta testified that Wangler refused to take a roadside sobriety test or submit to a Breathalyzer. He admitted to not having a driver’s license and repeatedly asked the officer to just let him go because he was blocks from his home, Bruketta said.
He said Wangler smelled of alcohol and had “mush mouth” and red and glassy eyes. Wangler told Bruketta that he’d had three drinks that day and became “childish” and “belligerent” as he was driven to the police station, the officer testified.
He said Wangler yelled at him to “get a real job” and to “go get real criminals.” Wangler also accused the deputy of drinking and driving and said that he gets away with it because he “has a badge,” the deputy testified.
Wangler’s defense attorney, Pat Walsh, sought to undermine the state's allegations that his client showed “obvious signs of impairment.”
He noted that Wangler slowed down after seeing the officer and didn’t weave or show impairment in operating the car before stopping.
“Seeing a cop and slowing down is not the action of an impaired driver … it is the action of every driver,” Walsh said. “ … The cop jumped to a conclusion.”
Walsh also said Wangler pulled over in a safe spot and showed no indication he would flee. With the deputy on the stand, Walsh argued that smelling the odor of alcohol only indicates it was consumed and does not prove impairment.
EDITOR'S NOTE -- OWI means operating while intoxicated. DWLS means driving while license suspended. (MC) is for Judge Michael D. Carpenter. (L) is for Magistrate Gerald Ladwig. (B) is ...
Driver uninjured after rollover crash on I-94 the day he bought car
CBS 58 Milwaukee21 hours ago
Wednesday evening May 9 around 7:45 p.m. Racine County Sheriff's Deputies were sent to a rollover crash on I-94 north just south of State Highway 11. The car was a 2004 Chevy Trailblazer that ...
Alleged drunk driver crashes car just hours after buying it
TMJ4 Milwaukee14 hours ago
A 2014 Chevrolet Trailblazer was left unrecognizable after a rollover crash on northbound I-94, just south of Highway 11 in Racine County Thursday night. The driver, a 44-year-old Kenosha man ...
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The Times of Northwest Indiana13 hours ago
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Wausau man charged with OWI after crashing car into a home
WAOW Wausau2 days ago
A Wausau man faces his third OWI charge after crashing his car into a home on the corner of Nicolet Street and Stevens Drive early Thursday morning. According to a criminal complaint, ...
OWI Releases 'Survivor's Guide to GDPR-mageddon' ahead of May 25th Enforcement Deadline
Market Watch2 days ago
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Milwaukee man arrested for OWI after crashing into tree, parked car
CBS 58 Milwaukee2 days ago
A 27-year-old Milwaukee man has been arrested for OWI after crashing his vehicle twice. Police initially responded to an accident where a vehicle had struck a tree. It happened shortly ...
Kenosha man arrested for 3rd OWI following single-vehicle rollover crash on I-94; no injuries
FOX 6 Milwaukee1 day ago
A Kenosha man has been arrested for his third OWI after being involved in a single-vehicle rollover accident Wednesday night, May 9. According to the Racine County Sheriff's Office, deputies ...
Milwaukee woman's alleged 6th OWI indicative of broader problem
TMJ4 Milwaukee5 days ago
Online court records show Ostrowski had prior OWI convictions in Washington and Waukesha Counties.
Portage police release images of suspected get-away car and driver from Wednesday armed robbery
The Times of Northwest Indiana18 hours ago
Police have released images of what they believe to be the get-away car from the armed robbery Wednesday night at the Check Into Cash business in the Portage
Prep Baseball: Altoona's offense coming around
Leader-Telegram8 hours ago
Entering the season, a lot of the focus on the Altoona baseball team was directed toward its pitching. First-year Rails coach Craig Walter was implementing a unique system in which pitchers ...
OWI arrest made after West Bend man, passenger fall off motorcycle
CBS 58 Milwaukee5 days ago
The man was arrested for 3rd OWI and taken to jail.
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Man arrested for his fourth OWI offense
Beloit Daily News5 days ago
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Driver arrested for OWI, drugs after crashing car into fire hydrant, tree and sign
FOX 6 Milwaukee3 days ago
A 24-year-old from Milwaukee was arrested early Wednesday morning, May 9 on suspicion of OWI-causing injury and possession of cocaine following a crash in West Allis. According to police ...
Low-speed chase following crash leads to OWI arrest of Madison woman
The Capital Times23 hours ago
A Madison woman who crashed her car into a fire hydrant after failing to pull over for a deputy led the deputy on a low-speed chase before stopping and getting arrested for her alleged third ...
Police: Suspected Wausau drunken driver crashes into school fence
Wausau Daily Herald24 hours ago
For the second night in a row, a suspected drunken driving crashed in the city. This time, a vehicle hit a fence at G.D. Jones Elementary School, 1018 S. 12th Ave., Wausau, Thursday night, according ...
Sheriff: Driver hits fire hydrant, leads deputies on chase with hood up
WKOW 27 Madison1 day ago
The Dane County Sheriff's office arrested 46-year-old Jennica Stein after they say she took off when they tried to pull her over. It happened at around 1:45 A.M. on Friday morning on North Fair ...
Video: West Allis Police execute PIT maneuver to stop suspect
TMJ4 Milwaukee16 hours ago
West Allis Police dash cam footage captures an officer executing a PIT maneuver to stop a suspect who fled police early Friday morning. According to the department's Facebook page, police chased ...
'Dark store' question won't go to Dunn County voters
Leader-Telegram1 day ago
The Dunn County Executive Committee this week rejected the idea
of a referendum in the county aimed at the 'dark store' tax strategy. As
defined by the League of Wisconsin Municipalities, dark ...
Tiger Woods Blames Medication for DUI Arrest - May 30, 2017
OZY2 hours ago
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Man Charged With DUI After Fatal Eisenhower Crash
NBC Chicago1 day ago
A man has been charged with DUI for a crash that left a man dead and a woman injured Sunday afternoon on the Eisenhower Expressway near west suburban Westchester. Matthew D. Graff, 34 ...
Man Crashes Into Dealership Vehicles, Is Charged With DUI
US News & World Report15 hours ago
Warwick police say a 34-year-old man from East Greenwich was arrested at the scene, taken to a hospital with minor injuries and charged with a DUI after refusing to submit to a chemical ...
DUI arrest follows fire hydrant wreck
Tacoma News Tribune1 day ago
Officer Ron Salter of the Kennewick Police Department tells about a wreck that sheared a fire hydrant and damaged a fence in the 2000 block of South Ely Street. The female driver was arrested at the scene for driving under the influence.
'This is Stupid': DUI Suspect Crashes Challenger Into Home
NBC Los Angeles1 day ago
A house that has part of Redlands family for generations was deemed unsafe to occupy Wednesday morning after a DUI suspect slammed into its kitchen and dining room. The damage left 55 ...
Suspected drunken driver plows through Redlands house, injuring woman inside
The Press-Enterprise1 day ago
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Woodbine Road DUI crash suspect could stay in jail until trial
Pensacola News Journal23 hours ago
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Police: Man unseats mayor, gets arrested for DUI hours after election
ABC 7 Chicago22 hours ago
A victory celebration may have been just a little bit too much for one area mayoral candidate. Officials in Nash County said Robert Williams, Jr. was arrested for a DUI hours after being elected the mayor of Sharpsburg.
Woman pleads guilty to DUI manslaughter for fatal wreck
Houston Chronicle21 hours ago
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Spotted @ Muscogee County Jail 5-7-2018: DUI arrests
Columbus Ledger-Enquirer3 days ago
These are the DUI arrests from last week in Muscogee County. Charges not final unless proven in court.
Romeoville mayor pleads guilty to DUI, apologizes to police after 'hostile and threatening' statements
Chicago Tribune2 days ago
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New Haven police to conduct DUI check
The News-Times12 hours ago
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Arizona man gets prison for DUI car crash that hurt 2 kids
Houston Chronicle8 hours ago
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DUI arrests down 35 percent from last year over Cinco de Mayo weekend
KTAR 92.3 Phoenix3 days ago
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Cape Coral driver faces six DUI charges after Del Prado crash seriously injures 2 pedestrians
The News-Press3 days ago
A Cape Coral woman is facing six DUI related charges after a crash resulted in serious injuries to two pedestrians. Colleen Marie Mulder, 37, remains in Lee County Jail under no bond ...
Man charged with aggravated DUI in Crete pedestrian's death
Chicago Tribune3 days ago
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Tucson Man Accused of Killing Bicyclist in DUI-Related Crash
US News & World Report14 hours ago
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Family's Home Damaged in Redlands DUI Crash
NBC Los Angeles21 hours ago
A DUI suspect crashed Dodge Challenger into a home owned by a Redlands family since 1950. The home was red-tagged, leaving it uninhabitable due to damage.
Man charged with DUI after flipping SUV
FOX 19 Cincinnati1 day ago
The driver is expected to be OK, and a female passenger was taken to the hospital with injuries.
Elgin man arrested for 4th DUI after striking two cars, was four times over legal limit, prosecutors say
Chicago Tribune2 days ago
An Elgin man has been charged with DUI for the fourth time, registering a blood alcohol content more than four times higher than the legal limit for intoxication, the Kane County State ...
Woman involved in crash that injured Milford police officer facing OUI, drug charges
7 News Boston4 days ago
A 22-year-old woman accused of being impaired behind the wheel when she slammed into a Milford police cruiser early Thursday morning is now facing drug and operating under the ...
Officers make zero arrests at Fostoria OVI checkpoint
The Toledo Blade1 day ago
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Election 2018: What's on the ballot in Ohio?
WHIO-TV 7 Dayton3 days ago
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Father arrested after toddlers fall out of van
Hawaii News Now1 day ago
SHEBOYGAN, WI (WITI/CNN) – While a Wisconsin father was allegedly operating his vehicle under the influence, good Samaritans saved his two little boys, who fell out of the van ...
Police reports 5/5/18: Salamanca woman charged with driving drunk with child in car
Olean Times Herald2 days ago
Secor, 34, of Salamanca, was charged at 4:40 p.m. with aggravated driving while intoxicated under Leandra’s Law, a class E felony; operating a motor vehicle while impaired ...
Checkpoint to be set up Friday in Gallia County
The Huntington Herald-Dispatch4 days ago
The operating-a-vehicle-impaired checkpoint, funded by federal grants, is planned to deter and intercept impaired drivers, according to the release. "There were 392 ...
New inmates at the Huron County Jail, April 10, 2018
Norwalk Reflector6 days ago
Here are pictures and information from the Huron County Jail regarding new inmates for April 9, 2018.
All eyes on Affin Bank’s asset quality
MSN News4 days ago
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Toddlers fall out a moving van
ABC13 Houston3 days ago
A father is facing several charges after his two little boys fell out of his vehicle. It happened Tuesday night, near Sheboygan, Wisconsin. WITI-TV reports the father was driving a cargo ...
Officer hurt in early morning car crash
Bristol Herald Courier4 days ago
A Massachusetts police officer has been injured in an early morning car crash with a suspected impaired driver. Milford police say the crash between the cruiser and the Lexus sedan occurred ...
Man faces marijuana charge after bad reaction to gummy candy: North Olmsted police blotter
The Cleveland Plain Dealer2 days ago
Possession of marijuana, Columbia Road: Police April 28 responded to a home on a report of a man and woman having difficulty after ingesting marijuana. A man told police he and his wife had ...
Mansfield Municipal Court sentences
Mansfield News Journal4 days ago
The Mansfield Municipal Court report includes only charges involving fines and court costs totaling $150 or more. Chad Bassin, 599 Woodville Road, Mansfield; reckless operation; $150; 30 days in jail, 30 suspended.
‘2 little babies fell out:’ Sheboygan father arrested for OWI, child neglect after toddlers fell from van
FOX 6 Milwaukee5 days ago
A father was arrested for OWI and child neglect Tuesday night, May 1 after two children, ages one and two, fell out of his vehicle as he drove through an intersection in Sheboygan. According ...
Infant dies after crash on I-12 near Covington; Hammond man faces homicide charge
The Advocate4 days ago
A Hammond man is facing multiple charges after an infant riding in the back seat of his vehicle died from injuries sustained during a crash on Wednesday. Errol Nugent, 62, was arrested ...
Driver Charged With Manslaughter in Deaths of 2 Children
New York Times4 days ago
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Milford woman faces OUI, other charges stemming from crash that injured officer
FOX 25 Boston4 days ago
A 22-year-old Milford woman faces several charges stemming from an overnight crash that injured a police officer. Emily Cicconi is accused of causing the crash around 2 a.m. in the area of West ...
Police Blotter for Sunday, May 6, 2018
The Oneida Daily Dispatch2 days ago
Friday, May 4: Juan C. Melo, 33, of Frankfort, was charged in Schuyler with second-degree menacing, second-degree harassment, and second-degree obstruction of governmental administration. Friday ...
Kaulana's bill passes just one day after MADD honors HPD officers
KITV Honolulu5 days ago
Mothers Against Drunk Driving Hawaii (MADD Hawaii) and Toyota Hawaii honored nine Honolulu Police Department officers and a deputy prosecuting attorney in their efforts against drunk driving ...
Repeat DUI offender who told cop to 'go get real criminals' during latest arrest is acquitted after refusing roadside tests
Chicago Tribune4 days ago
He noted that Wangler slowed down after seeing the officer and didn’t weave or show impairment in operating the car before stopping. “Seeing a cop and slowing down is not the action of ...