March 2018 ARCHIVES

Public officials, witnesses and bribes

A New York resident who bribes a witness or a public official may face serious repercussions. The definition of a "public official" may include a variety of categories including a member of Congress, a juror or a person employed by a department of the government.

New York man faces drunk driving charges after dozing off

One New York man is facing drunk driving charges after he was allegedly found passed out in the driver's seat of the car on March 9, 2018. The 23-year-old man from Westmoreland was found after a call came into local police, reporting that a driver was laying over the steering wheel of a car while stopped at Lawrence Street and Dix Road. The man had been found by a driver for the Westmoreland Department of Public Works; after encountering the vehicle blocking the roadway, the driver attempted to wake the man but failed.

Crackdown on DWI over St. Patrick’s Day weekend

Throughout the state of New York, law enforcement at all levels will be out over the weekend of March 16 to March 18 as part of the state's STOP-DWI crackdown. The aim of the event is to have fewer injuries and deaths related to impaired driving.

Jets rookie gets DUI in Lincoln Tunnel

A New York Jets linebacker was the driver of a vehicle that caused an accident in the Lincoln Tunnel on Feb. 26. An officer said that a Dodge Charger was weaving around traffic cones and going the wrong way when it swerved into a middle lane and collided with a bus. Of the 15 people on the bus at the time of the accident, four sustained injuries and were taken to Hoboken University Medical Center.


On Nov. 21, a grand jury handed down an indictment featuring 22 charges against the 29-year-old man accused of killing eight people in a New York terror attack. It was believed that the New Jersey resident became inspired by an ISIS video.
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