Accident investigators report that Kelly Boe was out for a bicycle ride with his wife Kathleen when disaster struck. 55-year old Boe was killed by a drunken driver who lost directional control of his car and crossed the line-marking median and struck Boe’s bicycle. Boe used to work as a manager in the central biomass healing plant at Middlebury College. His wife is a well-reputed lawyer in Middlebury, as per a Burlington Free Press report.

Dearing is a terrible person

The accused has been identified as 27-year old Nathaniel Dearing of Whiting who has pleaded not guilty. It is the fifth time he has been apprehended while driving on a suspended license. For is callous regard for human life, he should receive the death penalty for what he just did.

Luckily, Boe’s lawyer wife Kathleen managed to escape the oncoming drunken driver. However, Kathleen is clearly in deep mourning and has resorted to spending most of her time making funeral arrangements for her deceased husband. According to the accident reports, state troopers that were dispatched as a response to the accident call found sufficient evidence to warrant a breath test of the driver.

 

The breathalyzer test registered Dearing’s blood alcohol content at 0.111 per cent. The Legal limit in the state to drive is 0.08. Another Breathalyzer test was done a little later by court order on a court approved machine and the suspect’s blood alcohol content registered at 0.108, still higher than the legal limit.

24-year old South Burlington man crashes into a utility pole, taken into custody for a suspected DUI

24-year old John D. Callahan has been handed an official citation to appear in court on the 7th of May for suspected drunken driving. Callahan has been charged with DUI after he crashed into not one but two utility poles and downed both of them. Cops that responded to the call found his car had halted after having crashed into the second utility pole.

His blood alcohol content registered at 0.176%, which is over twice the limit in the state according to Burlington VT DUI attorneys. The man’s drunken adventure caused power loss within the area for a few hours, as reported in the Burlington Free Press. Callahan needs to find an attorney and there are several qualified local lawyers on the site USAttorneys.com for people in trouble or for people who want legal advice.

DUI suspect sticks her tongue out in mugshot

55-year old Linda MacDonald from Shelburne was arrested and transported in the back of a police car to the Vermont State Police Barracks in Brattleboro for suspected drunken-driving, as per Huffington Post. The woman proved to be a very peculiar person to handle as she kept her mouth open and tongue out the entire time and was not being cooperative at all. She was eventually given a citation and sent on her way, the citation calls for her to appear in Vermont Superior Court later next week.

The woman is from Shelburne, which is a tiny settlement approximately about 40 miles north of Springfield, Massachusetts. According to accident investigators, MacDonald was found crashed into a fence, she was in a 2011 Toyota Camry. She was unscathed but her vehicle sustained substantial external damage.