This Week

Newport Beach, California – Leigh Steinberg, the sports agent considered the inspiration for the movie ‘Jerry Maquire’, crashed into three parked cars and a fire hydrant on Pacific Coast Highway. The 58-year old Steinburg was charged with California DUI.

St. Paul, Minnesota – St. Paul law student Abbie Raymond rear-ended the city-issued car occupied by Mayor Chris Coleman while he was stopped at a red light. According to police, even after being told repeatedly, the 22-year old had no idea who she had hit.

Polk County, Florida – A sheriff’s deputy was conducting a routine traffic stop when Charles Keeney III plowed his Chevy pick-up into the parked patrol car. The deputy received minor injuries and the truck driver was charged with Florida DUI and careless driving. Other charges may be pending.

Huntington, West Virginia – Malcolm Wenz, 43, sideswiped a marked police cruiser around 6:00 pm and then drove off. He was located shortly after and charged with driving while intoxicated, resisting arrest and leaving the scene of an accident.

Gifford, Florida – Brittany Brunson, 20, was arrested for drunk driving after running into the back of a Florida Highway Patrol car that had its emergency lights flashing. Brunson said she thought the patrol car was pulling off the highway.

Waynesville, Ohio – Robert Hoskins sideswiped two cars prompting calls to police dispatch. Even with identifying DUI offender license plates, Hoskins avoided police for 12 miles and hit five additional cars. Despite a group of angry car owners who gathered after he was finally stopped, Hoskins had no clue as to what was going on, simply stating he was heading to work. Hoskins was charged with his fourth Ohio OVI/DUI and sent to Warren County Jail, where he had just been released two days earlier after serving 10 days in jail.

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