Blog Posts in June, 2014

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  • Man Charged with Vehicular Homicide Extradited to Pierce County
    Man Charged with Vehicular Homicide Extradited to Pierce County

    According to The News Tribune, a man charged with killing a Tacoma man in a car crash before fleeing the scene was brought back to Pierce County Wednesday to face charges. Hoke was allegedly driving a ...

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  • Lane Closures in Seattle Expected to Cause Weekend Congestion
    Lane Closures in Seattle Expected to Cause Weekend Congestion

    According to the Seattle Times, southbound I-5 collector-distributor to I-90 will be reduced to one lane through the weekend while construction crews replace aging expansion joints. The lanes, as well ...

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  • Ad Campaign Targets Marijuana DUIs
    Ad Campaign Targets Marijuana DUIs

    Marijuana retail stores will open in July, and Washington state’s traffic-safety commission is working to get the word out that driving while high remains illegal, according to the Seattle Times. With ...

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  • Man Arrested for DUI, Drove Drunk to Bail Out Wife
    Man Arrested for DUI, Drove Drunk to Bail Out Wife

    According to ABC News, a southwestern Montana man was arrested for driving under the influence after Gallatin County deputies say he drove drunk to bail his wife out of jail for her DUI hours earlier. ...

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  • Funding Shortage Could Put DUI Drivers Back on Road
    Funding Shortage Could Put DUI Drivers Back on Road

    According to King 5 News, funding has unexpectedly dried up for a program to help low-income DUI offenders in Washington State afford ignition interlock devices, and that could put some of them back ...

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  • Five-Car Crash Near Monroe Sends Eight to Hospital
    Five-Car Crash Near Monroe Sends Eight to Hospital

    According to King 5 News, eight people were injured Monday evening in a crash involving five cars on Highway 2 between Sultan and Monroe. Troopers say a car was stopped on Highway 2 to make a left ...

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