The “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign starts Friday and runs through Sept. 1 in 40 Michigan counties.
Roseville police say a 16-year-old girl was killed and six other teenagers, along with an adult, were injured in a tragic early morning accident.
The kids were not hurt and authorities said his blood alcohol content was 0.22, or nearly three times the legal limit.
Police initially responded to the hospital at the request of security, who were having trouble with an “intoxicated” man.
A 24-year-old Sterling Heights woman is facing misdemeanor charges after she called 911 for a ride home from a bar because she was too drunk to drive.
The man’s name wasn’t immediately released, pending a review of possible charges by the Washtenaw County prosecutor’s office.
Police say a 44-year-old Macomb County man who has several prior drunk-driving related arrests and convictions just can’t stay off the road after knocking a few back.
A Macomb County teenager whose grandmother turned her in for a hit-and-run crash is now facing drunk driving charges.
Police were alerted to the situation by a 911 caller who said the intoxicated woman was about to drive away from a Macomb County restaurant.
Police say a suspected drunk driver was seriously injured when she crashed her vehicle through the front of a barbershop.