PA - Hit-Run Crusader Arrested for DUI :: Luzerne County - 12 June 2016

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    Hit-Run Crusader Arrested for Driving Under the Influence :: Luzerne County - 12 June 2016

    Defendant:

    Stephen F. Miller :: White / Male / 40 Years Old

    Luzerne County is in North-Eastern, PA.

    http://cumberlink.com/news/local/st...cle_5f41a935-0bc5-5922-962a-55748121d7d0.html:

    "...charged...with having a blood-alcohol content twice the legal limit,

    while driving his Wife and Two Children..." [Snipping, & Emphasis by Richrd]


    Lower Court Criminal Docket Sheet:

    https://ujsportal.pacourts.us/DocketSheets/MDJReport.ashx?docketNumber=MJ-11302-CR-0000217-2016
     
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    Hit-Run Crusader Arrested for Driving Under the Influence :: Luzerne County - 12 June 2016

    Defendant:

    Stephen F. Miller :: White / Male / 40 Years Old

    Luzerne County is in North-Eastern, PA.

    http://wnep.com/2016/07/11/father-w...sed-of-driving-drunk-three-times-legal-limit/
    &
    http://cumberlink.com/news/local/st...cle_5f41a935-0bc5-5922-962a-55748121d7d0.html:

    Paraphrasing:

    Charged with driving his Wife and Two Children, whilst having
    a Blood-Alcohol Concentration over Three Times the PA Limit of 0.08%.


    Lower Court Criminal Docket Sheet:

    https://ujsportal.pacourts.us/DocketSheets/MDJReport.ashx?docketNumber=MJ-11302-CR-0000217-2016:

    75 § 3802 §§ A1 :: (Misdemeanor-Grade) :: Driving Under the Influence - 1st Offense

    75 § 3802 §§ C :: (M) :: DUI: Highest Rate of Alc. (Blood Alcohol Concentration of .16+%) 1st Offense

    Lower Court Preliminary Hearing scheduled for Wednesday, August 17th.


    A 0.273% BAC = 27.3 Grams of Alcohol in 10,000 Milliliters of Blood.

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