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Police accuse man of drunk driving after California crash

A car accident can happen for a variety of different reasons. Even something as simple as adjusting the volume on the radio can be sufficient to distract a driver long enough to cause a crash. Despite this, police in California believe that drunk driving was a factor in a recent car accident, resulting in the driver's arrest.

The incident happened one afternoon on a day in January. According to reports, a 20-year-old male was driving on a California road when his vehicle "suddenly left the roadway." It is unclear what caused the vehicle to do so.

Man accused of vehicular manslaughter pleads not guilty

A car accident can happen at any moment for a variety of different of reasons. Often, when an accident has devastating consequences, law enforcement officials may want to make sure that there is someone who can be held responsible, sometimes resulting in suspicions not fully supported by evidence. Unfortunately, a recent crash in California has resulted in the death of two people; a man has since been charged with vehicular manslaughter.

The incident happened during the early morning hours of New Year's Day. Reports indicate that the two victims were returning home after attending a holiday celebration with family. Police claim that a vehicle driven by a 30-year-old man ultimately sparked an accident that resulted in the death of a 33-year-old woman and her 9-year-old daughter. The woman's son, who was also in the truck, was uninjured.

California doctor faces drug charges re overdoses

When a violent crime happens, police may be in a rush to show that they are making progress toward holding someone accountable. Unfortunately, this could mean that a person who was not involved with the crime faces scrutiny. In fact, a doctor who owns an urgent care in California now faces drug charges after others committed crimes.

Police say that the doctor, a 57-year-old, has been under investigation by the DEA since 2015. Investigators reportedly conducted two undercover operations concerning him over the summer, but the outcome of those investigations are unclear. However, officials say that between 2014 and 2017, the doctor prescribed drugs to people who overdosed.

Man accused of murder in death of California librarian

In order for a person to be convicted of a crime, there must be sufficient evidence to prove guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. Often, this standard is difficult to meet. In fact, even though a man reportedly has a history of problematic behavior regarding libraries and their employees, it is unclear what connects him to the recent murder of a California woman.

Reports indicate that the man had contentious interactions with employees at the library that employed the 41-year-old woman that the 56-year-old man is accused of shooting. As a result of the incident that happened in October he was issued a stay-away order. Despite the order, the details of the incident -- including whether it involved the now-deceased woman -- are unclear.

Vehicular manslaughter charge following fiery California crash

Car accidents can happen on any day at any time. As a result, drivers know that they must be prepared for changing conditions. However, some changes happen so quickly that it is difficult for drivers to properly respond in time to avoid a collision. Despite this, a man in California now faces a vehicular manslaughter charge after his vehicle allegedly collided with another vehicle.

The incident reportedly happened one evening on a day in early December. According to reports, the 25-year-old male now facing criminal charges was headed north on a California highway. Though reports indicate that he noticed slowing traffic, he allegedly claimed that he was unable to stop before striking the vehicle in front of him. That car then struck the rear of a third vehicle.

When does a DUI become a felony in California?

Early in December, California highway patrol officers arrived at the scene of a car-pedestrian collision in Madera, CA. The victim, a 17-year old high school student, was waiting at his bus stop when a speeding minivan appeared to hydroplane- crossing both lanes of traffic before striking the victim who landed over 100 feet away in a nearby orchard. The victim’s family happened to be on scene and could provide immediate assistance. Thankfully the victim survived the crash, although not unscathed. He suffered injuries to his abdomen as well as a broken femur.

After an on-scene investigation, the driver of the vehicle was found to be under the influence of alcohol and without a valid driver’s license. The driver was arrested and charged with a felony DUI.

Sleeping California driver accused of drunk driving

Advances in technology change the way people perform everyday tasks. For example, self-driving cars can change how people move from place to place. However, police claim that a driver in California was using a self-driving vehicle in a way that is inconsistent with its intent, resulting in the man's arrest following drunk driving allegations.

The incident happened just after 3:30 a.m. on a day in early December. According to reports, police noticed a driver sleeping while behind the wheel of a self-driving vehicle. Police say that though they attempted to attract the man's attention with the use of sirens and lights for approximately seven miles, they were unsuccessful.

California murder leads to arrest of victim's son

As many people across the country have experienced, families can often be complicated. But while time spent together can involve turmoil, it rarely results in violence regardless of the conflict that families may experience. Unfortunately, police in California have recently accused a man of murder following the death his mother.

Police became involved on a day in late October when they were asked to perform a welfare check on a 64-year-old woman. They reportedly discovered the woman in her home, deceased, suffering from multiple stab wounds. In early November, law enforcement officials conducted an interview with the woman's son, who lives in another state.

Vehicular manslaughter claim after man killed in California

Drivers must be constantly on the lookout while they are driving. However, even the most vigilant of drivers may be unable to properly respond to unexpected conditions. For example, a person sitting in the roadway may be difficult to see, potentially resulting in a collision. Despite this, a California driver is now facing an accusation of vehicular manslaughter after his vehicle allegedly struck a man in the roadway.

The incident happened at approximately 11:30 p.m. on a day in November. According to reports, the 53-year-old victim was sitting in the roadway. Police say that he was struck by a white van driven by a 36-year-old man.

Criminal defense: California men charged following alleged thefts

In the aftermath of a disaster, there is often a great deal of confusion. In some circumstances, it may be difficult to determine what actions a person has taken and for what reason. Unfortunately, two men are likely considering their criminal defense following their recent arrests related to events that allegedly occurred after the Camp Fire evacuation in California.

Police claim that officers were patrolling an evacuated area one afternoon on a day in mid-November. According to reports, a utility worker approached them and reported seeing two men looting. Police say they then saw two men, ages 41 and 48, enter a home.

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