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By Tricia Bishop | July 10, 2012
George Huguely IV, whose namesake son was convicted of second-degree murder this winter for beating University of Virginia student Yeardley Love to death while in a drunken rage, pleaded guilty Tuesday to driving while impaired by alcohol, according to Montgomery County prosecutors. Huguely IV, who lives in Potomac, was sentenced to probation in Rockville district court, spokesman Seth Zucker said in an email. It appears to be the elder Huguely's first conviction for drunk driving, according to Maryland's online court records.
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The Sports Exchange | November 29, 2013
As if a 2-8-1 record that includes four blown leads in the final minute weren't enough, Minnesota Vikings coach Leslie Frazier spent the day before Thanksgiving being confronted by reporters about a third player arrest in the past three weeks. Middle linebacker Erin Henderson, who missed three practices and last Sunday's game at Green Bay because of what Frazier called "personal reasons," was arrested Nov. 19 on probable cause for DWI and possession of a controlled substance in Eden Prairie, Minn.
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Baltimore Sun staff | October 16, 2012
James Padgett is scheduled to appear in Prince George's County Court on Friday to face charges of driving while impaired by alcohol. The Maryland senior power forward was pulled over June 16 at 3:28 a.m. by the University of Maryland Police Department. His court date is set for 1:15 p.m. Friday in Hyattsville. The Diamondback, Maryland's student newspaper, first reported the news of Padgett's legal issue . "We are aware of this situation and have no further comment as this is a pending legal matter," a Maryland athletic department official said in a statement.
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By Kevin Rector, The Baltimore Sun | July 12, 2013
After a drawn-out argument with her adult son early on the morning of June 17, Robin Blackmon called Baltimore County police from her Catonsville home and told a dispatcher that her son was out of control, according to police and court records. Blackmon, a sergeant in the Baltimore Police Department, told the dispatcher she had a gun, county police say. Her son, Andrew Bratcher, was heard in the background by a dispatcher saying his mother had "pulled a gun out on him," according to records.
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By Steve Kilar, The Baltimore Sun | February 16, 2012
The driver of a tractor-trailer that crashed on southbound Interstate 95 Wednesday evening has been charged with driving while impaired by alcohol, police said. Glenn Grise, 46, of West Orange, N.J., crashed a semitrailer around 8:15 p.m. on an overpass above Interstate 895, turning the truck over in the left lane of I-95, just north of the Harbor Tunnel, according to Sgt. Kirk Perez, a spokesman for the Maryland Transportation Authority Police. Grise's truck was registered to the New Jersey-based G. Grise Trucking company, Perez said.
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Sports Digest | July 26, 2012
Men's college lacrosse Hoyas associate coach Kerwick out after DWI Matt Kerwick is no longer employed as associate head coach of the Georgetown men's lacrosse program after pleading guilty last month to driving while intoxicated. A university spokesman on Monday confirmed the departure of Kerwick, who starred for the Baltimore Thunder of the now-defunct Major Indoor Lacrosse League. "I have taken full responsibility for my error in judgment this past April and I have apologized to the Georgetown lacrosse family for my mistake," Kerwick said in a statement Tuesday.
NEWS
October 12, 1992
During his campaign for the Baltimore County Executive's office, Roger Hayden rapped then-executive Dennis Rasmussen for failing to find a site for a new facility to incarcerate and treat people convicted of driving while intoxicated.Two years later, the DWI jail still isn't operating, a fact that groups such as Mothers Against Drunk Driving keep bringing to Mr. Hayden's attention. That the 100-bed facility was first proposed four years ago makes MADD even madder.Mr. Hayden decided soon after taking office that the facility would be located on the grounds of Rosewood State Hospital in Reisterstown.
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By Lan Nguyen and Lan Nguyen,Staff writer | March 18, 1992
An Ellicott City man who changed a Maryland drunken-driving statute through the state's highest court has been charged in connection witha December car accident that county police say is alcohol-related.Jacobs E. Sites, 60, three times convicted of driving while intoxicated, was charged again with DWI after his car crossed the center line and hit another car in Ellicott City. Police say he had a .24 bloodalcohol level.Police on Monday charged Sites with driving while intoxicated, crossing the center line and not wearing a seat belt.
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By Traci A. Johnson and Traci A. Johnson,Staff Writer | July 20, 1993
Recovering alcoholic and drug addict Roby Lewis "Chip" Shipley avoided incarceration yesterday for the last of four driving while intoxicated charges he had wracked up in less than 10 months. Frederick County Circuit Judge G. Edward Dwyer Jr. convicted Mr. Shipley of the two offenses, but suspended the 60-day sentence he imposed on the defendant that would have been served in the Frederick County Detention Center. Mr. Shipley, who is from Frederick, was convicted by Carroll County Circuit Judge Luke K. Burns Jr. of two DWI charges July 13. The judge suspended a one-year sentence to the Carroll County Detention Center and placed him on five years' probation in both cases.
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By Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun | April 16, 2013
Baltimore County police named an interim commander of the Franklin Precinct in Reisterstown Monday, after the former captain was charged with driving while intoxicated last month. Capt. James P. Monahan will leave the county's intelligence unit and move to Precinct 3 starting next Monday, according to a department statement. Before working in intelligence, he supervised the homicide unit and has been with the department since 1988. Lt. Sam Houston, who is currently in the intelligence unit and has been with the department since 2002, will take over that unit.
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By Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun | June 17, 2013
Charges were dropped Monday against a Baltimore County police officer who was stopped during a St. Patrick's weekend sobriety checkpoint in Carroll County. Capt. Matthew McElwee, who turned 44 on Monday, previously headed the Franklin Precinct in Reisterstown. He received citations from the Carroll County Sheriff's Office accusing him of driving while intoxicated and driving while under the influence. Prosecutors dropped the charges. McElwee's attorney, Leonard H. Shapiro, said the state did not have evidence against his client, including blood or breathalyzer tests showing that he was impaired.
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AEGIS STAFF REPORT | May 28, 2013
The Harford County State's Attorney's Office honored local law enforcement officers, at the annual DUI Award Ceremony May 15, for their drunk driving enforcement efforts. Harford State's Attorney Joseph Cassilly presented awards to law enforcement officers who made outstanding drunk and drugged driving arrests during 2012. The ceremony was held in the ceremonial courtroom in the Harford County Courthouse in Bel Air. "Our law enforcement officers are the best in their efforts to maintain safety on the county's roads," Cassilly said.
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By Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun | April 16, 2013
Baltimore County police named an interim commander of the Franklin Precinct in Reisterstown Monday, after the former captain was charged with driving while intoxicated last month. Capt. James P. Monahan will leave the county's intelligence unit and move to Precinct 3 starting next Monday, according to a department statement. Before working in intelligence, he supervised the homicide unit and has been with the department since 1988. Lt. Sam Houston, who is currently in the intelligence unit and has been with the department since 2002, will take over that unit.
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Baltimore Sun staff | October 16, 2012
James Padgett is scheduled to appear in Prince George's County Court on Friday to face charges of driving while impaired by alcohol. The Maryland senior power forward was pulled over June 16 at 3:28 a.m. by the University of Maryland Police Department. His court date is set for 1:15 p.m. Friday in Hyattsville. The Diamondback, Maryland's student newspaper, first reported the news of Padgett's legal issue . "We are aware of this situation and have no further comment as this is a pending legal matter," a Maryland athletic department official said in a statement.
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Sports Digest | July 26, 2012
Men's college lacrosse Hoyas associate coach Kerwick out after DWI Matt Kerwick is no longer employed as associate head coach of the Georgetown men's lacrosse program after pleading guilty last month to driving while intoxicated. A university spokesman on Monday confirmed the departure of Kerwick, who starred for the Baltimore Thunder of the now-defunct Major Indoor Lacrosse League. "I have taken full responsibility for my error in judgment this past April and I have apologized to the Georgetown lacrosse family for my mistake," Kerwick said in a statement Tuesday.
NEWS
By Tricia Bishop | July 10, 2012
George Huguely IV, whose namesake son was convicted of second-degree murder this winter for beating University of Virginia student Yeardley Love to death while in a drunken rage, pleaded guilty Tuesday to driving while impaired by alcohol, according to Montgomery County prosecutors. Huguely IV, who lives in Potomac, was sentenced to probation in Rockville district court, spokesman Seth Zucker said in an email. It appears to be the elder Huguely's first conviction for drunk driving, according to Maryland's online court records.
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By Dan Connolly and Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | January 28, 2011
Orioles left-hander Troy Patton will have to leave spring training in Sarasota, Fla., in late February to appear in a courtroom in Houston. Patton, 25, who was charged with DWI on Sunday night when his vehicle ran over a curb in a Houston city street, made a preliminary appearance at the Harris County Criminal Court on Friday, according to Harris County Assistant District Attorney Donna Hawkins . Patton's court appearance was reset for Feb. 25,...
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By Robert Guy Matthews and Robert Guy Matthews,Sun Staff Writer | January 15, 1995
Almost four months after Baltimore County's long-delayed 100-bed jail for drunken drivers opened its doors, the facility is nearly empty.Fewer than 65 people have gone through the jail's program, which is financed by fees levied on the participants. To attract clients and make ends meet, the jail's private operator, Right Turn of Maryland, has opened it to people with drug abuse problems who already are on work release.Officials say the county's judges have not been referring offenders to the program in anywhere near the numbers they expected.
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By Steve Kilar, The Baltimore Sun | February 16, 2012
The driver of a tractor-trailer that crashed on southbound Interstate 95 Wednesday evening has been charged with driving while impaired by alcohol, police said. Glenn Grise, 46, of West Orange, N.J., crashed a semitrailer around 8:15 p.m. on an overpass above Interstate 895, turning the truck over in the left lane of I-95, just north of the Harbor Tunnel, according to Sgt. Kirk Perez, a spokesman for the Maryland Transportation Authority Police. Grise's truck was registered to the New Jersey-based G. Grise Trucking company, Perez said.
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