This Week

Oil trail leads to arrest in Washington – Kennewick police were alerted to a car crashing into a light pole around 2:00 in the morning and then fleeing the scene. They found a trail of oil, which they followed several blocks until they found Paul A. Kuhns. Kuhns, 32, was arrested for DUI and hit and run.

Obviously missing something in South Carolina – Alexander Ocampo was charged with South Carolina DUI and leaving the scene of an accident. It seems the 27-year old briefly lost control of his car in Hilton Head Island and continued on despite the fact that his passenger had been ejected through an open window.

Bringing it to the house in Pennsylvania – Kenneth Ring, of Pleasant Gap, crashed his Jeep Cherokee into the rear entrance of the Centre County Courthouse. After registering a BAC of .20%, Ring was charged with his third Pennsylvania DUI. The county hopes to be able recoup the cost of damages.

I hear you knocking in New York – Police tried to stop Duane Miller, 43, of Fine, when he was seen speeding with only one headlight. Miller led them on a 15 mile chase before stopping. He then locked the doors of his pickup and refused to cooperate with police. Eventually he did come out and was charged with felony New York DWI, unlawful fleeing a police officer and resisting arrest.

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