A Philadelphia judge issued a bench warrant for a former city employee who failed to show up for sentencing in an unusual DUI case.
An off-duty Philadelphia police officer has been charged with DUI after an accident Monday night.
The accident happened around 3 a.m. on Thursday on Route 40, where Officer Priscilla Murray was seated inside her patrol vehicle.
A former “Melrose Place” actress who was driving drunk when her SUV plowed into a car and killed a New Jersey woman has been sentenced to three years in prison.
Prosecutor Elizabeth Kotchian says Rodney Williams’ blood alcohol tested at 0.218 when he showed up to help in the very early morning hours one Saturday last September.
Philadelphia police say they will continue to use breathalyzers in DUI stops, while state police have suspended their use due to a central Pennsylvania ruling.
“Anytime we arrest someone for DUI now instead of taking them to get a breath sample, we’re now taking a blood sample and taking that off to the lab to be analyzed,” state police spokesman Adam Reed says
An allegedly unruly and intoxicated woman was arrested after crashing her car and biting a police officer.
Two pedestrians were injured after being struck by a vehicle in Gloucester Township.
Delaware State Police say they’ve charged a man with driving under the influence of alcohol after he struck a Norfolk Southern train in Bear.
Cowboys’ Brent had a BAC .189, more than twice the legal limit, after the car crash that killed teammate.
Chris debates President Obama’s decision to institute a commission to examine and propose solutions to gun violence, discusses John Boehner’s “Plan B” to avert the fiscal cliff, and asks if you will cheer Andy Reid at the end of his Eagle’s tenure. He talks to Comedian Andrew Dice Clay about his New Year’s Eve Showtime special and Matt Ritter, the creator of the new show, Chained to My Ex on MSNBC.
Many people who are pulled over for suspicion of driving while intoxicated mistakenly believe that if they don’t take a breathalizer test they can’t be convicted. They’re wrong twice.
Judge orders Cowboys’ Josh Brent to wear an electronic monitor while free on an intoxication manslaughter charge.
Cowboys players bowed their heads during a moment of silence Sunday for a teammate killed in a car accident.