In this week’s installment of “driving the wrong way gets you busted for drunk driving,” we have somewhat of a doozy.
Not only are we in an election year, but we’re also in the midst of a cultural revolution when it comes to how states deal with marijuana.
If DWI arrests were a competitive sport, a 71-year-old Mahwah man would be in contention for the gold.
In a bit of parenting we can’t recommend, a 33-year-old Trenton man was allegedly so intoxicated while driving with his 11-year-old son that he told the boy he couldn’t remember where home was.
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For one Hackettstown woman, the choice to stagger into a convenience store at 2:20am for some snacks- and several that preceded it – have led to a string of charges.
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Following an open records request from The Trentonian newspaper, bodycam footage has emerged of an R-rated tirade from a New Jersey assemblywoman as she was arrested for DWI in April.
Mercer County Assistant Prosecutor Stephen Parrey, 28, has quite the pedigree.
Aside from working his way up in the County Prosecutor’s Office from a legal assistant, he’s also the son of Trenton’s police director.
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A troubled police officer whose history of substance abuse led to his suspension in Washington Township has earned an arrest warrant in Pennsylvania after failing to appear for DUI trial in Pennsylvania.
A word of advice: If you’re drunk, it may be best if you don’t drive to your local police station to pick up a loved one who’s been arrested for DWI.
Everybody needs a good nap now and then, but for one Bayville man, some poor choices beforehand may cost him big.