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July 2013 Archives

DUI charge for rapper DMX

The rap artist known as DMX was charged with DUI in South Carolina after police stopped him following a tip about a suspected drunk driver. Police say he failed field sobriety tests Drunk driving charges were filed against the musician. He was also hit with charges of not having a driver's license and not using a seat belt.

DUI video server damaged by lightning

Residents of South Carolina who have been charged with DUI may have their cases delayed due to damage to evidence caused during a storm. The South Carolina Law Enforcement Division (SLED) reported that the server that stores videos of drivers taking breathalyzer tests and other data related to arrests was damaged by a lightning strike. State law requires video of breath tests of those facing drunk driving charges, and this evidence is often used by both prosecution and defense attorneys.

SC man charged with felony DUI and reckless homicide

On July 14, 2013, a 28-year-old South Carolina man was charged with felony DUI and reckless homicide following an accident that left one of the passengers in a car he was driving dead. According to police, the arrested man lost control of his vehicle and struck a culvert, causing the vehicle to overturn. One passenger was ejected from the vehicle in the crash while another passenger was unharmed. The driver sustained minor injuries and was treated at a hospital close to the scene of the accident. He was taken into custody immediately upon his discharge from the hospital.

Blood alcohol testers for the common person

South Carolina residents might be interested to hear that now there are blood alcohol testers on the market that allow the common person to test his or her own breath. At one time, electronic equipment to test a person's blood alcohol content level came in the form of $10,000 machines that required special training to operate. However, nowadays such equipment can be purchased for merely $30 and easily operated without any special training.

Woman charged with DUI in South Carolina

A woman in Conway was recently charged with a DUI after a Conway citizen reportedly stopped her and took her keys away from her. According to the Conway police report, the 34-year-old woman was driving under the influence when the man who ended up stopping her allegedly saw her gray vehicle pull out of a driveway, drive into oncoming traffic and then drive off the road.

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