A woman charged with drunken driving while a Michigan judge and his two daughters were in the car has been sentenced to two years of probation.
A pilot project that lets repeat drunken drivers get a restricted driver’s license by installing a breath alcohol ignition device on their vehicle is one step closer to becoming a permanent law.
A woman charged with drunken driving while a Michigan judge and his two daughters were in the car could be sent to prison.
Police say a 52-year-old convicted drunk driver was nearly three times the legal limit when he was arrested in the parking lot of a party store.
Police say the woman, who was driving on a suspended license, registered a blood-alcohol level of .313 percent.
Police say the 67-year-old driver of the mini-van had a blood alcohol level more than twice the legal limit of .08.
Michigan State Police are warning motorists to drive sober or get pulled over.
A 21-year-old drunk driver who was arrested after hitting three people with her Jeep told police she thought they were trash cans.
The annual audit shows that traffic deaths resulting from alcohol or drug related crashes jumped 7.2 percent, from 319 in 2011 to 342 in 2012.
A 69-year-old Waterford Township man is facing drunk driving charges for the third time.