A vehicle driver who had too much to drink was arrested by Austin police after he caused an accident, KVUE reported on July 8.
According to reports, Curt Anderson was apprehended by police after he crashed into a vehicle near Kensington Apartments. Upon questioning, police observed strong signs of alcohol intoxication from Anderson. Police said Anderson had a 0.414 percent blood alcohol level in the first testing–five times higher than the legal state limit of 0.08 percent. Anderson, who was charged with a third degree DWI, stated that he consumed a “six-pack” of beers before the incident. His bail was set at $15,000.
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Walmart heiress Alice Walton has a DUI charge filed against her dropped on Monday, September 9 after prosecutors from Texas failed to pursue the case due to the suspension of the arresting officer for misconduct. The Texas Highway patrol Trooper, who arrested Walton, was reported to be unable to testify against the billionaire since his suspension would go past the Oct. 7 deadline of the case.
The issue against Walton has been settled without further need to file formal charges, according to her attorney.
Texas Department of Public Safety senior trooper Gary Rozzell said that Walton, who was arrested along an Interstate in Parker County, Texas on her 62nd birthday, failed a field sobriety test and refused a breathalyzer test. She was arrested and booked into the Parker County Jail where she was released on $1,000 bond.
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