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Woman accused of drunk driving multiple times over summer

On Aug. 24, a woman in Missouri was charged for drunk driving for the third time since June. As a result, a judge has ordered the revocation of her two previous bonds and set her current bond at $20,000. If the 54-year-old woman posts bond for the latest incident, the judge has stipulated that she will be required to keep an alcohol monitoring and tracking device around her ankle.

Man charged for DWI and assault after 2-car accident

A Missouri man is facing felony vehicular assault and DWI charges after allegedly causing an accident that injured two people on Aug. 3. The two-car crash happened in Sullivan and resulted in a 22-year-old woman and her son being sent to the hospital. The accused driver apparently refused to be treated at the scene before police took him into custody.

Missouri car crash with 3 injuries could be result of DWI

Police suspect that drunk driving may have been the cause of a motor vehicle accident that injured three people on Aug. 3 in Edwardsville. The accident occurred around 6:47 a.m. at the intersection of Buchanan and Hillsboro. According to reports, a 20-year-old man was traveling north on Buchanan at the same time that a second vehicle was traveling west on Hillsboro.

College student charged for alleged drunk driving accident

A St. Louis college student was charged for DWI and assault after an alleged hit-and-run accident that injured two fellow students. Although the accident reportedly took place in late April, the accused Washington University student was just recently detained on July 24. The college senior and former dean's list student was booked on criminal charges and held on a $20,000 bond.

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