Articles Posted in 2nd Offense DUI / Operating Under the Influence

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A Taunton man who was allegedly warned by police not to drive was then arrested for Massachusetts Drunk Driving Law Violations.

According to the Taunton Police Department, the man was warned early Wednesday morning not to get back into his car or he would be arrested. The officer had initially seen Pacheco standing on the sidewalk and speaking on his cell phone, allegedly swaying side to side and appearing intoxicated.

The Taunton Police Officer allegedly offered the driver a ride to the police station so he could call someone for a ride, but he reportedly opted to get back into his case and drive off.

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Chelsea Orr, daughter-in-law to former Boston Bruin Bobby Orr, was arrested last week by Cohasset Police on Massachusetts Drunk Driving Charges.

Orr was arraigned in Quincy District Court for Operating Under the Influence of Alcohol, Second Subsequent Offense.

According to the Cohasset Police Department, Chelsea Orr’s car was involved in an accident. EMT’s, who were reportedly already on scene, told police that Orr allegedly ran from her car towards her house but hid in the bushes, eventually agreeing to come out to be evaluated.

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Richard Burke, 41, of Marblehead, was arrested this past weekend in Salem for allegedly violating the Massachusetts Drunk Driving Laws for a second time.

Burke was arraigned in Salem District Court for Operating Under the Influence of Alcohol, Second Subsequent Offense.

According to the Essex County District Attorney’s Office, Richard Burke was allegedly tailgating another driver in Salem when he took a sudden left turn and crashed, head on, into another car. Salem Police Officers allegedly reportedly that they detected an ‘odor of alcohol’ when they arrived on scene, but there is no indication that he was asked to perform any Field Sobriety Tests or submitted to an Alcohol Breath Test.

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Kaitlin M. Rymaszewski, 22, of Hull, was arrested last night on Massachusetts Drunk Driving Charges after being pulled over by Hingham Police.

Rymaszewski was charged with Operating Under the Influence, 2nd Subsequent Offense, Negligent Operation of a Motor Vehicle; and Driving with an Open Container.

According to the Hingham Police Department, Rymaszewski was arrested after police officers observed beer spilling out of the glove compartment of her car, though it is unclear what prompted the police to initially conduct a vehicle stop.

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Harry Conover, 73, was arraigned in Lowell District Court on Massachusetts Drunk Driving Charges after he allegedly drove into and killed his wife outside their Chelmsford home. He was arraigned on DUI charges including Operating Under the Influence of Alcohol, Second Subsequent Offense, Negligent Operation of a Motor Vehicle and Vehicular Homicide by Operating Under the Influence.

According to the Middlesex County District Attorney’s Office, Harry Conover and his wife, Sandra Conover, 73, reportedly got drove away after getting into an argument with his wife. His wife apparently followed him outside and Conover allegedly struck her as he was driving away. The District Attorney’s Office alleges that Conover initially continued driving but then came back after he reportedly saw his wife on the driveway. Prosecutors allege that Sandra Conover suffered a collapsed lung and blunt-force trauma to the chest and shoulder as a result of being run over.

According to the Lowell Police Department, Harry Conover allegedly admitted having had an argument with his wife, after which he had a few drinks of vodka. Lowell police report that Conover allegedly submitted to a Breathalyzer Test which registered a blood alcohol content of 0.09%, just over the legal limit; but then a second test yielded a blood-alcohol content of 0.06%, below the legal limit.

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Mark A. Traversi, 56, of Attleboro, was arrested twice this past week, and three times in the last three months, on Massachusetts Drunk Driving Charges. Traversi was first arrested last Sunday in Rehoboth for Operating Under the Influence of Alcohol, Second Subsequent Offense.

He was against arrested on Monday, again for Operating Under the Influence of Alcohol, Second Subsequent Offense, this time for allegedly driving into a yard in Attleboro and then taking off. Following the Monday DUI / OUI incident, Mark A. Traversi was arrested at his Attleboro home, at which time he reportedly submitted to an Alcohol Breath Test which yielded a reading of 0.30%.

Traversi was arraigned in Attleboro District Court and charged with Operating Under the Influence, Second Subsequent Offense, Negligent Operation of a Motor Vehicle, and Leaving the Scene of Property Damage.

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Nicole Parziale, 39, of Amesbury, was charge with several Massachusetts Drunk Driving Charges following a crash in Burlington this weekend that resulted in four people injured and a Bedford man dead. At this time, she has been charged with Operating Under the Influence of Alcohol, 2nd Subsequent Offense and Negligent Operation of a Motor Vehicle.

According to the Massachusetts State Police, Nicole Parziale was allegedly driving on I-95 North when she crossed over several lanes of traffic and struck another car. From the collision, the other car was sent into the guard rail in the left lane. The driver of that car, Kayla E. Trenholm and her passenger, David N. Torrey, were taken to a Winchester Hospital for minor injuries.

Meanwhile, Nicole Parziale and the passengers in her car, Glenn Robichaud and Denis J. Splain, were also taken to a Burlington Hospital for their injuries. Glenn Robichaud, however, later succumbed to his injuries.

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minasian.jpgLeslie K. Minasian, 46, of East Bridgewater and former Boston resident, was arrested on Massachusetts Drunk Driving Charges after she allegedly struck a state trooper on I-93 early this morning. She was arraigned in Quincy District Court this morning on charges including Operating Under the Influence of Alcohol, Second Subsequent Offense, and Negligent Operation of a Motor Vehicle.

According to the Norfolk County District Attorney’s Office, Leslie Minasian was driving on I-93, near the Route 24 exit, an area that was reportedly under construction and where a Massachusetts State Police Trooper was assigned for traffic control. The Trooper was inside his car, which was parked in a closed lane and with its emergency lights activated, when Minasian allegedly rear-ended the trooper’s car with her Land Rover Discovery.

The extent of the Massachusetts State Trooper’s injuries were not immediately available, but it was reported that he was hospitalized at Boston Medical Center.

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Cameron Crandall, 20, of Marblehead, was charged his second Massachusetts Drunk Driving Charge for after allegedly almost striking three cars from Danvers into Salem.

Crandall was arraigned in Salem District Court earlier this week for Operating Under the Influence of Alcohol, 2nd Subsequent Offense.

According to the Essex County District Attorney’s Office, Salem Police Officers received a call from dispatch to look for a suspected drunk driver operating a Cadillac that was drifting in and out of lanes in Danvers near the Liberty Tree Mall. A man, who apparently continued to follow Crandall, reported that he had been following the car for some time. When Salem Police also saw the car swerve in and out of lanes, Crandall was pulled over.

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James A. Spencer, of Brockton, was arrested this past week by Braintree Police officers on Massachusetts Drunk Driving Charges. He was arraigned in Quincy District Court for Operating Under the Influence of Alcohol, 2nd Subsequent Offense.

According to the Norfolk District Attorney’s Office, James Spencer was allegedly stopped early Thursday morning by Braintree Police Officers responded to a report of a vehicle driving erratically and which may have struck the curb several times. Officers then allegedly observed Spencer operating his vehicle at the intersection of Hancock and Plain Street, where the then signaled for him to stop his car.

Braintree Police allegedly observed “possible signs of intoxication” and asked him to perform several Field Sobriety Tests. Because nobody can pass any Field Sobriety Tests in Massachusetts with 100% success, he was placed under arrest for OUI / DUI.