Trooper On DUI Patrol Gets Hit By DUI Driver, for 2nd TimeThe Maryland State Police says a trooper patrolling for drunk drivers in Prince George's County was struck by an impaired driver, the second time the trooper has been hit by a drunk driver while on DUI patrol.
Police Seize 4 Guns, 800 Pills From Intoxicated Man Sleeping In CarState Police say they seized four guns and almost 800 prescription pills when they found an intoxicated Charles County man sleeping in his car.
Gold Medalist Michael Phelps Completes Probation for DUIOlympic gold medal swimmer Michael Phelps has completed his probation for drunken driving.
Suspect Arrested On DUI Following Chase, CrashA New Jersey man has been arrested in Maryland following a police chase.
Police Out In Full Force To Prevent Pedestrian Accidents, Catch Impaired Drivers On HalloweenA statewide warning as police were on high alert Saturday -- on the lookout for drunk drivers.
Md. State Police Make 126 DUI Arrests During Labor Day WeekendMaryland State Police say troopers made 126 drunken driving arrests during the Labor Day weekend.
Frederick Police Officer Sentenced To Probation For DUI CaseA Frederick police officer who was charged with drunken driving after an accident in Boonsboro has been sentenced to probation.
Police: Driver Strikes Marked Police Car In Howard CountyPolice in Howard County say a preliminary investigation shows a man was speeding and under the influence of alcohol when he drove his car into a marked police vehicle with an officer inside.
Man Indicted For Negligent Manslaughter In Car CrashA Philadelphia man has been indicted on charges of negligent manslaughter and driving under the influence of alcohol in a crash that left a woman dead and left him and two children injured.
Frederick County Sheriff's Office In Search Of Wanted Mount Airy ManThe Frederick County Bureau of Investigation is seeking information regarding the whereabouts of Mitchel Lawrence Yates, 20, of Mount Airy, MD.
Md. State Police Eyeing Up Drunk Drivers This Holiday WeekendConcerns from state police this holiday weekend means more traffic on the roadways and unfortunately an increase in drunk drivers.
Episcopal Assembly Responds To Bishop Fatal Drunken Driving CaseThe top legislative body of the Episcopal Church is reviewing its policies on alcohol and addiction as part of the churchwide soul-searching over a Maryland assistant bishop charged with drunken driving while texting and killing a bicyclist.

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