A 40-year-old man has been charged with his sixth drunken driving charge with the most recent coming from an incident in Fond Du Lac County.
The man was currently released from jail after posting a $1,000 bond. The most recent arrest was done after a phone call was made about the driver of an SUV swerving all over the roadway on southbound Highway 41.
A trooper then located the vehicle and pulled the man over. A blood sample was taken from the man to determine what his blood alcohol level was. His preliminary hearing will be on January 6.
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One man was injured and another man was arrested after a man drove a car into a home around 3 a.m. in Davenport.
A 26-year-old man was driving a BMW when he failed to stop at a stop sign at an intersection an crashed into a home. The car went through the wall and nearly ended up in the basement.
The passenger in his vehicle was treated for non-life threatening injuries and was later released. The driver was charged with drunk driving, failure to control the vehicle, and leaving the scene of an accident. No one was inside the home when the accident occurred and it took two tow trucks to remove the car from the home.
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According to Iowa State Police, a 47-year-old woman was killed Saturday night in a single-vehicle accident six miles southeast of Mount Pleasant.
The driver of the pickup truck in which she was riding, a 64-year-old Mount Pleasant man, is in critical condition.
Authorities believe that the man lost control of the pickup when he attempted to round a bend and flipped over into a rain filled ditch.
Investigation is ongoing, but it is believed that alcohol was the leading cause of the accident.
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A Sioux Falls man is facing possible vehicular homicide charges following an alcohol-related single-vehicle crash that resulted in his wife’s death, according to the Minnehaha County Sheriff’s department.
The man was headed west on his motorcycle, with his wife riding passenger, when he rounded a bend too sharply on 268th Street near Iowa’s Gitchie Manitou State Park. The motorcycle spun out of control, throwing both the man and his wife off.
Emergency personnel who arrived at the scene around 7 p.m. reported that both the man and woman were responsive at the time. The woman passed out shortly thereafter and died later that night at Avera McKennan Hospital.
Police have not released the man’s blood-alcohol level but have made it clear that alcohol was a factor in the crash. Whether or not the man will be charged with vehicular homicide is still under investigation, according to Deputy State’s Attorney Randy Sample.
“Normally, for vehicular homicide, you need two things: You need to be intoxicated, and you need to be involved in a negligent act,” Sample said.
Neither of the two involved in the crash were wearing helmets. The man remains hospitalized at Avera McKennan Hospital with serious injuries.
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When police arrived to Wright Brothers Boulevard SW near Interstate 380 at midnight on Tuesday, they found the aftermath of a two-vehicle crash but only one driver.
The woman driver of a new SUV involved in the crash was still at the scene, while the driver of the other vehicle had fled. Upon investigation police found that the woman had rear-ended the car in front of her while intoxicated. After checking the registration of the abandoned car, police were able to track down the man who owned it and discover that he had fled due to not having car insurance.
The woman was charged with operating while intoxicated and failure to maintain control while the man was charged with hit and run and no insurance.
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