January 16th - January 22nd in the year Two Thousand and Seventeen
Saturday, January 21st, 2017Packers safeties coach charged with OWI
GREEN BAY – Green Bay Packers safeties coach Darren Perry is scheduled to appear Feb. 23 in Brown County Circuit Court for a hearing on a first-offense drunken driving charge.
Perry, 48, also is charged with refusing to take a breathalyzer test and with unsafe lane deviation.
The charges stem from a traffic stop by a Brown County sheriff's deputy at 1:16 a.m. Dec. 17 on Lineville Road in Suamico.
Perry had a blood-alcohol content of between .08 and .15 percent, according to court documents.
Brown County Chief Sheriff's Deputy Todd Delain said Perry's blood-alcohol content was based on a blood sample that was obtained through a search warrant. Results of the test were returned this week.
Friday, January 20th, 2017Driver who rolled truck in Aquebogue arrested, police say
A man driving a Chevy utility truck heading
A man driving a Chevy utility truck heading westbound on Main Road in Aquebogue was arrested and charged with DWI after the vehicle rolled over on Thursday, Jan. 19, 2017. (Credit: Randee Daddona)
A driver who rolled his truck in Aquebogue on Thursday afternoon has been arrested, Riverhead police said.
Police said the man will be charged with a “DWI-related offense.”
The accident occurred at 3:35 p.m. on Main Road. Police said the investigation is continuing.
A dog that was riding in the front of the truck was found unharmed, police said.
Thursday, January 19th, 2017Ex-Pennsylvania State Police spokesman in court for DUI
Rob Hicks, 41, of Hampden Township, Cumberland County, was accused of driving
under the influence on Nov. 16, 2016.
A Pennsylvania State Police trooper who served as the spokesman for a troop
that has stations in York, Adams, Franklin and Dauphin counties was accepted
on Wednesday into a court program that will allow him to get his driving
under the influence case expunged.
Rob Hicks, 41, of Hampden Township, Cumberland County, must complete a series
of conditions in the Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition Program. Those
include paying costs and fees, attending DUI education classes and staying
out of trouble. It is not an admission of guilt.
Wednesday, January 18th, 2017Serial DWI offender arrested for driving backhoe drunk
A man who was swerving all over the road while driving a backhoe is facing charges after police spotting him allegedly driving drunk.
William Campbell, 56, was stopped by an officer in South Brunswick, NJ, on Tuesday while driving erratically in the backhoe, slouching over the wheel at times. The officer smelled alcohol on Campbell’s breath and found a bottle of Jack Daniel’s and vodka in the vehicle, according to South Brunswick police.
Campbell, who admitted not having a valid driver’s license, failed a field sobriety test and was arrested for driving while intoxicated. He was charged Tuesday with driving while intoxicated, careless driving, failing to maintain a lane and having an open alcohol container.
Tuesday, January 17th, 2017Bail set at $7,500 for Hudson man charged in crash that killed fiancee
BANGOR, Maine — A judge set bail at $7,500 Friday for a Hudson man who police say was drunk when he drove his Jeep into a tree New Year’s Day in a crash that killed his fiancee.
Shawn Macnevin, 42, who has three prior operating under the influence convictions, is charged with aggravated criminal operating under the influence for his role in the deadly 2:30 a.m. crash on Finson Road, which left his partner of two decades, Elizabeth “Libby” Marie Horlieca, 37, dead at the scene.
Macnevin went before District Court Judge John Lucy, who set his bail. Lucy also added conditions that Macnevin not possess alcohol or drugs or be “present where alcohol is used” as well as a curfew of 9 p.m.-6 a.m. if he is released on bail from Penobscot County Jail to await adjudication.
Monday, January 16th, 2017Staten Island Woman Dies in Police Custody Awaiting Arraignment on Drug Charges
A Staten Island woman died in police custody Thursday at the Manhattan Criminal Courthouse.
Police say 28-year-old Sabrina Ippolito was unconscious when they arrived at 100 Centre Street. She was waiting to be arraigned on drug charges.
Paramedics rushed her to Beekman Hospital, where she was pronounced dead.
Back on December 8 Nicole Garbullotto also died in police custody at the 120th precinct station house on Staten Island.
She was arrested for driving while intoxicated and operating a motor vehicle impaired by drugs.
The Medical Examiner will determine the cause of death of Ippolito.