While it was a busy holiday season for the DUI enforcement unit of the Dallas County Sheriff’s Department, the most significant number reported may be zero. There were no drunk driving fatalities recorded in Dallas County during the holiday special enforcement period.
Somerset County prosecutors say Locane-Bovenizer’s blood-alcohol level was nearly three times the legal limit when the crash occurred on a dark two-lane road in Montgomery Township.
The man accused of hitting and killing a Waxahachie police officer, had a blood alcohol level almost three times the legal limit at the time of the crash.
A pair of recent DUI arrests involving an NFL player has ramped up the consternation with drinking-and-driving behavior for football players.
The NFL will soon communicate with clubs to be vigilant about cautioning everyone — not just players, but all team employees — that this is a dangerous time for potential DUI offenses.
Jacksonville Jaguars first-round draft pick receiver Justin Blackmon is due in court after he was arrested on an aggravated DUI charge this weekend in Oklahoma.
The Texas Department of Public Safety has increased anti-DWI efforts during spring break.
TxDOT has launched a new campaign to try and keep people from drinking and driving. The public service announcement shows Santa unhappy when he finds his reindeer throwing back beers and martinis, so he opts for a fleet of taxis to pull his sleigh.
It’s the time of year when police have to deal with more tipsy drivers so, law enforcement agencies across North Texas are stepping up drunk driving enforcement, beginning this week.
Texas leads the nation in drunk driving crashes and fatalities, with more than 96,000 Texas DUI arrests in 2010. Now a new study says, as the economy gets worse, so will the problem of drinking driving.
The Fourth of July weekend is reportedly one of the deadliest holiday weekends on Texas roads. This year law enforcement agencies have united to enforce a statewide “no refusal” weekend.
Texas troopers arrested more than 1,100 drivers in a DWI crackdown during the Christmas and New Year’s holidays.