It’s time to end the euphemisms. No more retreats to teen mantras and cliches about youthful ignorance and life lessons. You die from this crap.
Law enforcement agencies across the country this holiday weekend are beefing up patrols. In the Tri-State Area, that means added roving patrols and sobriety checkpoints set up by local and state police.
Pineda told the New York Post he had “three or four” mixed whiskey drinks in “three or four” hours. “I was driving very smoothly,” he told the paper.
Where was Taylor Swift on Sunday night? Apparently driving around Boulder, Colorado in a Porsche with Crocs cofounder George Boedecker.
“I just found a guy laying in the road,” said the 911 caller. “I want to say he had no shirt on, but I don’t know.”
Country singer Randy Travis isn’t doing so well these days. Last night, he was not only arrested for driving while intoxicated, but he was apparently naked at the time.
Police have arrested a Brooklyn man on manslaughter and homicide charges after he allegedly killed a 24-year-old man in Sunnyside Queens while driving drunk.
Sharon Brooks was driving drunk when she crashed her car through the entrance of Yankee Discount Liquor in East Haven Friday, and continued down the center aisle, police said.
A former New York City police officer who drunkenly wiped out a family with his car has been freed from prison after a decade behind bars.
The Mets say bullpen catcher Eric Langill has been suspended without pay for seven days after being charged in a drunken driving accident Sunday in central Florida.
A bullpen catcher for the Mets could find himself in trouble with the law — and the team — after being arrested and charged with a DUI on Sunday night
The 48-year-old Lorenz was arrested early Wednesday morning. Police say they found him slumped over the wheel of his car and when they woke him up he drove away slowly and nearly hit a utility pole.
If reality TV has taught us anything it’s that money can’t buy you class. That goes for the children of celebrities, too.
Former New York Yankees World Series hero Jim Leyritz, once called “The King” was acquitted of manslaughter in a Florida drunk driving accident and is now trying to turn his life around.
The son of a cop who admitted to killing an aspiring lawyer in a drunk-driving crash won’t spend a day in prison. That’s part of a plea deal agreed to by the victim’s mother.