Maryland State Police Make Arrests In 15 Suspected DUI Crashes Over The WeekendMaryland State Police responded to 15 suspected DUI crashes over the weekend and charged 13 people in relation to those crashes.
Expect More State Police Patrols This Labor Day Weekend In MarylandMaryland State Police will be on extra alert for impaired, distracted or aggressive drivers this Labor Day weekend. 
Tashya Johnson Sentenced To 14 Years In Drunk Driving Crash That Killed Tyrese GlennA 34-year-old Glen Burnie woman was sentenced to 14 years in prison for driving while intoxicated, which lead to the death of a 19-year-old man in June 2018.
Mothers Against Drunk Driving Calls For Law Requiring Ignition Interlock Device For All Md. Drunk DriversMothers Against Drunk Driving is fighting to strengthen Maryland's drunk driving law with new requirements.
Glen Burnie Drunk Driver Sentenced 13 Years For Negligent ManslaughterThe three-vehicle collision happened on March 15, 2019. 
Drunk Driver Sentenced For Vehicular Manslaughter In NW Baltimore, BAC Was Twice The Legal LimitBarry Samuels, 46, was found guilty of the death of a 21-year-old Darrin Waters that was the result of a car accident from June 21, 2019. 
Travel Officials Warn Drivers To Drive Sober, Or Stay Home On New Year's EveAccording to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, more than 10,500 people died in alcohol-related crashes last year.
New Year's Day Ranks Among Deadliest Days On U.S. RoadwaysAs Marylanders prepare for New Year's celebrations, AAA Mid-Atlantic is reminding drivers and passengers of the dangers on the roads this New Year's Day.
Funeral Held For 15-Year-Old Trinity Brooks Killed By Alleged Drunk DriverMourners gathered for a funeral Tuesday morning for a 15-year-old Baltimore County girl who was killed last week by an alleged drunk driver. 
Glen Burnie Drunk Driver Sentenced To 12 Years In Prison For Negligent ManslaughterA Glen Burnie man has been sentenced to 12 years in prison for one count of negligent manslaughter and other charges. 
Intoxicated Utah Woman Called Police To Report Drunk DriverA Utah woman has been sentenced to jail time after calling 911 to report a possible drunk driver while she was intoxicated.