A new study reveals sober facts about drinking and using drugs and before getting behind the wheel.
Elton has "been through a lot" and remains a "remarkable animal," said Wilmington Police Chief Donny Williams.
"You sound like my f**king ballet coach," Amy Harrington said to a deputy in the body camera footage.
Police said preliminary blood tests revealed the presence of drugs in Heche's system, but added that further testing was needed.
"She really wanted to arrest me," said the driver, after a Hamilton, Ontario police officer ordered him to blow in a breathalyzer several times.
Police said Thursday that the baby was covered with a blanket inside the car that had its air conditioning on, which was "blowing hot air."
Redland City mayor Karen Williams admitted to drinking "several glasses of wine" before crashing her car into a tree.
"You only asked her out because you think she's hot," a Redditor wrote. "She tried to get to know you better, and you got weird about it."
The police also found a cellphone in the debris outside the driver's vehicle and alleged that he was texting while driving.
Tamara "Sunny" Sytch was arrested last week and was later released on bond.
She was charged as an adult with intoxication manslaughter and faces up to 20 years in prison.
In the years since the law went into effect, Utah has reported fewer fatal crashes while alcohol sales have continued to increase.
Authorities arrested the man after he allegedly drove dozens of middle school students home while under the influence.
The woman was arrested and reportedly charged with operating under the influence of alcohol, no operator's license on person and open intoxicant.
A couple has been arrested and charged in connection to the crash, with a court appearance scheduled for January 25.
Smith was arrested around 2 a.m. Monday morning following the Seahawks' win over the Arizona Cardinals in their final regular season game Sunday.
"Normalize calling the police on intoxicated people trying to drive," one TikTok user commented on the video.
Her crying 18-month-old was cold to the touch and not dressed in warm clothing, according to officers.
The Simmons family lost three of their children when an alleged drunk driver drove on the wrong side of Interstate 49 in Louisiana.
Thankfully, none of the 30 to 40 children on the bus were injured when the driver drove off the roadway and crashed a sign.
Aujuni Tamay Anderson, 16, and her 59-year-old grandmother Tamra Kay Kindred were killed after Joshua Delbosque drove with a blood alcohol content of .263.
David Rhodes, Sheriff of Yavapai County, pleaded guilty and received a year of probation along with fines, two days of home confinement and other penalties.
Clinton Cottom was allegedly intoxicated and kicked out of the party before returning in his truck and hitting several other cars and people.
According to Henry Ruggs' lawyer, Ruggs "self-tested" negatively. The alcohol monitoring agency said it couldn't confirm his sobriety during this time period.
The 34-year-old driver faces charges of DUI, second-degree vehicular homicide and failure to maintain lane.
Law enforcement agencies began reporting major upticks in speeding and impaired driving almost immediately after the pandemic began.
"I just feel like a bad mum drinking. I was there 15-20 minutes and it was long enough to have two drinks. I just panicked", Kelsey Ridings told the court.
The child suffered abrasions to her legs and feet after being dragged by the vehicle.
"You're trying to get me to take a COVID shot," 68-year-old Russell Rainey said after being asked to take a Breathalyzer.
The decision resolves a question of state law concerning the potential liability of a retailer that sold gasoline to a drunk driver in 2011.