A man driving a student driver car has been taken into custody in suspicion of driving under the influence. An off duty Police Officer of Slidell assisted Bay St. Louis Police Officers in apprehending the suspect, as reported by wdsu.com.
According to arrest reports, the off duty cop, identified as Charles Esque was driving along Highway 603 in Bay St. Louis when he spotted the suspect’s car drive past him at speeds higher than 110 mph.
Hernandez – you just chopped yourself up in the eyes of the law
Esque immediately phoned and reported the speeding driver to 911 and followed the suspect on a pursuit, as a response to the call. Deputies had put up a road block down the road which finally brought the pursuit to a stop and the suspect was arrested. The speeding driver has been identified as 27 year old Kevin Hernandez and arresting officers said he was inebriated at the time and had stolen the car. He now faces multiple charges.
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Woman charged with felony DUI in accident which killed three persons
A Mississippi woman identified as 28 year old Kimberlie Dailey has been arrested and taken into custody and faces felony DUI charges after she was involved in a road accident on the 13th of May in which three persons were killed, according to a Nola.com report. The crash occurred at the intersection between Marshall Road and Barton Agricola Road.
According to police reports, Dailey’s car drove straight into another car which was occupied by three people that were all killed. The accident occurred at around 30 minutes past 1 in the afternoon. Two of the three occupants were killed right away, the other occupant was in a critical condition and rushed to Singing River Hospital in Pascagoula where he later succumbed to his injuries and passed away.
Mississippi DUI laws
Like in any other state in the nation, it is illegal to drive a motor vehicle on the roads of Mississippi while impaired by the influence of alcohol or drugs. There are severe consequences for those that violate these laws, especially those that are multiple offenders, according to Mississippi DUI attorneys.
First time offender s will be subjected to jail time of up to 2 days in jail and liable to pay a fine ranging from $250 to $1,000. They will also need to undergo alcohol/drug counseling programs at their own expense, and have an ignition interlock device installed in their vehicle for 6 months. In addition, they may even have their license suspended for a period to be decided by the judge.
Second time offenders may face up to one whole year in jail and be held liable to pay fines ranging from $600 to $1,500. They may be ordered to complete community service for a period anywhere between 10 days and a year. This is in addition to mandatory alcohol and drug counseling classes. Second time DUI offenses also mandate the use of an ignition interlock device for a period of 3 years while the driver’s license maybe restricted or suspended for up to 2 years.
The consequences are much more severe for third time offenders. Anyone faced with a DUI charge ought to consider consulting an experienced and aggressive Mississippi DUI attorney to ensure that their rights are protected and receive a fair hearing.