Wednesday, May 4, 2016

DUI Dishonor Roll

MADD:  In 2014 three times as many males arrested for DUI vs females

Unfortunately we're back to around average for number of drivers arrested for drunk driving over the weekend.

All three of these individuals took and failed the legally admissible breath test, two of them crashed their vehicles and one, Matthew Burns from Connecticut, failed to show for his arraignment Monday morning so a warrant was issued for his arrest.

APD arrests Matthew Burns, in town center after crashing his vehicle
District Court intake sheet reported this as a "2nd offense DUI" for 53 year old Matthew Burns

Conor Doherty, age 23
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Alexander Booth, age 22

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

BECAUSE Of people like this YOU have to walk on the rong side of the sidewalk all week-and get a "Gratutious Burd" for LEGALLY using the distant crosswalk-on precious metered time..what a waste !

Anonymous said...

Yeah! What he said! Don't walk on the rong side of the road! Walk on the rite side! Moron! I'll give you a burd nex time!

Anonymous said...

Medical malpractice kills FAR more people than all forms of accidents, including all MVAs, the majority of which are not related to OUI.

Just sayin....

Larry Kelley said...

The chance of being killed by a lightening strike is pretty negligible, but I still would not run around a golf course waiving a club over my head in the middle of a thunderstorm.

Anonymous said...

Nice man-bun.

Anonymous said...

Guy couldn't get out of his fuckin sweatpants to stand in front of a JUDGE who will determine his FATE. Man...the jackasses that pervade our society... they are NUMEROUS,

Dr. Ed said...

Larry, I agree with you about lightning, but do you replace the batteries in the smoke detectors that I presume you have in your home? And even if you could get away with it, you don't drive on bald tires, do you? And even though the MD most likely won't find anything, you do take your daughters to the MD on something resembling an annual basis, don't you?

And while your house theoretically could be hit by lightning, is that on the top of the list of risks you worry about?

Heck, a meteorite could crash through your roof and level the building, but the odds of that happening are really, really low.

My point is not that OUI is acceptable but that you need to look at the statistical risk of harm to you and yours....