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Police say alleged drunk driver was combative after crash

On Sept. 12, a Missouri woman was involved in a one-car accident in St. Louis that police claim was the result of intoxication. After rolling over in her SUV on Highway 94, the 23-year-old woman allegedly became hostile towards police officers when they arrived on the scene. She reportedly claimed that she was not the person who had been driving, and she was pepper-sprayed twice by police officers.

Man charged for Missouri drunk driving crash

A 59-year-old man was taken into custody in connection with a serious drunk driving accident. Police say that the man was driving on Highway 54 in an SUV that was also carrying his wife and son as passengers. The vehicle left the roadway, traveled through the median and struck another car that waiting to turn.

What is an ignition interlock device?

Missouri residents who are convicted of driving while intoxicated can sometimes avoid the loss of their driving privilege by agreeing to have an ignition interlock device installed in their vehicle. Drivers who have already had their licenses suspended or revoked from a past DWI conviction may also be required to install an IID while seeking reinstatement of their driving privilege.

Understanding the laws regarding felony DWI in Missouri

Missouri drivers may be interested in some general information about felony DWI. While DWI is generally considered a misdemeanor, certain circumstances can elevate the criminal charges to the level of a felony.

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