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Man pleads guilty to fatal St. Louis crash

A driver involved in a fatal 2012 St. Louis accident pleaded guilty to manslaughter charges on March 21. The accident occurred on March 1, 2012, at the intersection of South Lindbergh Boulevard and East Concord Road in South St. Louis. According to police, the man allegedly ran a red light and struck the side of a car driven by a 58-year-old woman.

Missouri police team up to deter drunk driving

According to sources, the Central Ozarks Regional DWI Task Force has been created to crack down on drunk drivers by conducting more checkpoints, even in remote areas. Police say that DWI checkpoints sometimes cost thousands of dollars in resources and manpower, and some cities are unable to afford them. However, this new task force is charged with making sure that this is no longer the case.

Charges filed regarding Erin Henderson's alleged November DUI

Pro football fans in Missouri probably heard the news in early February that the Vikings were parting ways with veteran linebacker Erin Henderson, possibly connected to police arresting him on suspicion of DUI twice in six weeks. Henderson recently learned the formal charges he faces.

Amanda Bynes reaches plea deal in DUI case

St. Louis residents may be interested in the outcome of DUI charges that had been filed against former Nickelodeon star Amanda Bynes. She was charged with drunk driving in June 2012 in connection to an April 2012 incident in which she allegedly sideswiped a police car in West Hollywood. She was also charged with hit-and-run and driving with a suspended license in the months following the incident.

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