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Man facing 7th DWI charge after traffic stop

At approximately 2:20 a.m. on Oct. 19, a Missouri man was stopped for drunk driving in Callaway County. When the deputy pulled him over, the man allegedly gave incorrect information regarding his identity and claimed to be the owner of a valid driver's license. Authorities eventually determined that he was a 49-year-old man from Centertown who had previously been convicted of DWI six times.

Man charged for DWI after driving through graveyard

A man in Missouri was accused of driving drunk through a cemetery on Oct. 15. Before the incident, the 21-year-old man had reportedly been consuming alcoholic beverages while he was out celebrating a Kansas City Royals win. Police in Platte City received a report about the accused man at around 9:30 p.m. when a witness spotted him driving erratically through a cemetery.

State representative charged with DWI; pleads guilty

A Missouri state representative pleaded guilty on Oct. 9 to two charges of drunk driving following incidents that occurred in February and April. Representative Steve Hodges claimed that when police detained him in February, he had slipped on ice in a parking lot and reportedly acknowledged that he had been drinking earlier in the night. In April, a sheriff's deputy responded to a call about a man sleeping near a church and found Hodges there with a blood alcohol level of .17 percent.

Sports media contact at Mizzou charged for DWI

The assistant athletics director for strategic communications at the University of Missouri was accused of driving under the influence on Oct. 1. Following the news of his DWI charge, the 36-year-old man was suspended from his position at the school indefinitely, according to a statement from the associate athletics director for strategic communications at Mizzou.

Actress Amanda Bynes accused of impaired driving

Missouri residents may be familiar with the actress Amanda Bynes from her work on the hit television shows "All That" and "The Amanda Show." According to recent reports, the former actress was taken into custody for an impaired driving incident during the early morning hours of Sept. 26.

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