OVI physical control charge filed

Timothy L. Roth, 36, of Piqua, was charged with having physical control of a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs as a result of an incident early Wednesday morning.

Deputies of the Logan County Sheriff’s Office on patrol in the area of north County Road 32 and west State Route 47 observed a vehicle with its headlights and reverse back-up lights on in a driveway at 1784 W. S.R. 47. Deputies also had observed the same vehicle at that location approximately two hours prior.

The driver, Roth, told deputies that he was lost and did not live at that location. Deputies observed that he appeared to be disoriented and was unsteady on his feet when he stepped out of the vehicle. He told deputies he had not used any alcohol or drugs.

The defendant submitted to field sobriety tests and was placed under arrest. He was transported to the Logan County Jail, where he submitted to a chemical test, with test results pending.

Deputies recovered a hypodermic syringe from the vehicle, which was towed from the scene. Roth also was cited for possession of drug paraphernalia and two counts of driving under suspension and was released to a sober driver.

Gas drive-off reported

Deputies responded Thursday evening to the West Mansfield Marathon gas station, 115 S. Main St., in reference to a theft of gasoline.

An employee said a man between 25 and 30 years old had attempted to pay $19.96 worth of gasoline with a credit card inside the store, but his card was declined. The employee said she told him he would need to pay cash for the gasoline, but he reportedly became angry and drove off in his vehicle. Deputies reviewed store video surveillance from the incident.

Driver cited after striking parked vehicle

Caroline R. McCullough, 59, of Piqua, was cited for failure to control after her cargo van struck a parked car along Hickory Lane near Lakeshore Drive Wednesday.

Deputies report she was operating the northbound van about 10:55 a.m. when it sideswiped a car owned by Daniel L. Miller of McDermott parked along 9012 Hickory Lane. Damage was moderate to the car and light to the van. McCullough was wearing her seat belt. https://www.examiner.org/ovi-physical-control-charge-filed/

Teen driver charged in OWI crash that sent passenger into Fox River

Ayne Valle-Nunez (Brown Co. Jail)

GREEN BAY, Wis. (WLUK) – A 17-year-old girl admitted to having six shots of alcohol in the time leading up to a crash just after 5 a.m. Monday, which resulted in her passenger landing the Fox River.

Ayne Valle-Nunez was charged with injury by intoxicated use a vehicle, and two counts of OWI causing injury – first offense. A $2,500 cash bond was set at her initial appearance Tuesday. She returns to court June 2 for a balance of initial appearance, court records show.According to the criminal complaint, one of the injured passengers told police several people were at a friend’s house drinking from about 11 p.m. to 3 a.m. Monday. They left, picked up a friend, and drove to the Fox River to watch the sunrise. They stayed about an hour, finished a bottle of tequila, and when they left, Valle-Nunez lost control of the vehicle while on the Nitschke Main Street Bridge.Police respond to a crash on the Main Street Bridge in Green Bay, in which ejected a 17-year-old girl into the Fox River, May 25, 2020. (Image courtesy of Titletown Brewery)Two passengers were ejected. One landed on the bridge, while another landed in the Fox River and was rescued.
At the hospital, “Anye stated she had been drinking. She stated she had been drinking approximately 2 shots of tequila, a couple of shots, and then later 2 shots,” the complaint states.The complaint does not mention any breath test. A blood draw was taken, but it typically takes several weeks for those results to be returned.

Alex Jones Arrested for DWI

Infowars sociopath Alex Jones has been arrested for drunk driving.

The right-wing conspiracy theorist was stopped by police officers the deep state early Tuesday morning in Travis County, Texas. He was subsequently charged with driving while intoxicated, a Class B misdemeanor, at the Travis County Jail in Austin. Jones posted a $3,000 bond and made it back in time to host his daily show on Tuesday. And wouldn’t you believe it, Jones is touting a very reasonable explanation conspiracy theory about his arrest.

Jones says he was the victim of “a countywide dragnet” launched by police in order to boost their low DWI arrest numbers. Yes, he admits to having “a small amount of sake” at a Japanese restaurant prior to getting into his vehicle, but Jones says he was not drunk and is confident he’ll be vindicated.

“Knowing how the establishment, globalist press operates, Jones wanted to get out in front of this to show he has nothing to hide and to point out that legal experts are confident the case will be quickly dropped because he didn’t violate the law,” reads a message on Infowars website.

*Plays tiny violin* https://www.yahoo.com/entertainment/alex-jones-arrested-dwi-204425321.html

BYU LB won’t be prosecuted over DUI charges because of a ‘lack of admissible evidence’

BYU LB Chaz Ah You had 31 tackles in 2019. (AP Photo/Rick Osentoski)

BYU linebacker Chaz Ah You won’t be officially charged with a crime after his Feb. 9 arrest on DUI charges.

Ah You was pulled over a month ago after he was allegedly driving up to 75 MPH on a stretch of road with speed limits 20-40 MPH lower. According to the Deseret News, the sheriff’s deputy who pulled him over said that he found alcohol and a “THC vape pen” in the vehicle.

Tuesday afternoon, the Utah County Attorney’s office said in a news release that Ah You wasn’t going to be prosecuted because of a “lack of admissible evidence.”

“Justice would not be served in this matter,” Utah County attorney David Leavitt said in a news release. “This has nothing to do with who he is or where he attends school. My job is to safeguard the rights of all in a potential criminal matter and direct my attention to the law and the facts.”

The arresting deputy said he performed a field sobriety test on Ah You after the linebacker was taken to jail. In his notes, the deputy said Ah You struggled counting to 30 and “forensic results showed a presumptive measurable amount in his system.”

Ah You had shoulder surgery after the end of the 2019 season. Coach Kalani Sitake said on March 2 that Ah You had to go through the “process” to rejoin the team and wouldn’t be a part of spring practices.KSL Sports@kslsports

#BYU LB Chaz Ah You will not be participating in spring football according to Kalani Sitake. #BYUFootball #GoCougs

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Ah You is in line to be one of BYU’s key players on defense in 2020. He had 31 tackles — including 5.5 for a loss — in 2019 and also had an interception. He was a four-star member of the school’s 2017 recruiting class and was listed by Rivals as the No. 18 safety in the country and the No. 3 player in the state of Utah. https://r.search.yahoo.com/_ylt=AwrXnCGAdM5evnwAtxjQtDMD;_ylu=X3oDMTBzdmVvZmlwBGNvbG8DZ3ExBHBvcwMxMAR2dGlkAwRzZWMDc3I-/RV=2/RE=1590617344/RO=10/RU=https%3a%2f%2fsports.yahoo.com%2fbyu-lb-wont-be-prosecuted-over-dui-charges-because-of-a-lack-of-admissible-evidence-131322034.html/RK=2/RS=GqT6ywK2k0AHiaKbe4vQwYjbs7w-

Owner Of Gym That Defied Order Opens Up About Drunk Driving

On Wednesday, Atilis Gym owner Ian Smith, far right, opened up about a drunk driving crash that killed a young man in 2007,

BELLMAWR, NJ — The owner of a South Jersey gym that reopened this week in defiance of Gov. Phil Murphy’s stay-at-home order spoke about his 2008 drunk driving conviction Wednesday morning.

Ian Smith, co-owner of Atilis Gym in Bellmawr, took to Instagram to address rumors of his drunk driving conviction that have come about amid the gym’s reopening on Monday and Tuesday. (See video below)

In 2008, Smith was sentenced to more than five years in prison for causing a crash that killed a Galloway teenager, according to nj.com. He ran a stop sign and killed 19-year-old Kevin Ade.

“This is something I’ve been public about my whole life. I’ve never run from it, nor would I ever,” Smith said in the video. “It’s something I accept full responsibility for, and for anybody out there who hates me, I think you are completely justified in doing so.”

Saying he wanted to set the details straight, Smith went on to discuss how he woke up after a night of drinking in his dorm room and got in his car.

“Moments later, I was the sole cause of a motor vehicle accident that took the life of a young man named Kevin,” Smith said. “When I awoke that morning, I didn’t realize there was still alcohol in my system. Being a 20-year-old kid, no one ever explained those dangers. It was always don’t drink and drive, and we didn’t drink and drive.”

He said it didn’t matter, and the end result was still the same.

“My actions caused the death of a young man and broke the hearts of an entire community, and that’s something that they’ll never fully recover from,” Smith said. “There’s nothing that I can do other than try to live a good life and give back and try to promote as much love and positivity in the world as I can.

“That being said, what we have started and what we are doing at Atilis has very little to do with me as an individual. I just happen to be at the front of it. What we’re standing up for is far greater than me and far greater than Atilis Gym.”

He said they are standing up for constitutional rights and small businesses that are struggling all over the world. 

“Some people will look at what I’ve done in the past and never forgive me for it,” Smith said. “But what we’re doing here is far greater than me.” https://news.yahoo.com/owner-nj-gym-defied-murphy-144949955.html