Motor Vehicle Offenses

Charged with Failure to Stop for Accident Resulting in Property Damage in Rhode Island District Court

Criminal Charges: Women charged in Rhode Island District Court (2nd Division), Newport, Rhode Island for Failure to Stop for Accident Resulting in Property Damage. Case Overview: Portsmouth Police stopped a female motorist who fled from the scene of an auto accident. …

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Operating Under the Influence (OUI) 3rd Offense and Operating While License Suspended for OUI: Not Guilty After Trial

Massachusetts local and state police received a report of a disabled vehicle in the middle of the roadway at an eight-lane intersection at approximately three o’clock in the morning. Police responded and discovered the vehicle with its operator seated in…

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Massachusetts Clerk Magistrate’s Hearing for Leaving the Scene of an Accident While Under the Influence of Alcohol: No Criminal Complaint Issued

Police responded to a hit and run accident after a female motorist went through a red light, causing another motorist with the right of way to broadside her. Police obtained video footage of the incident, which captured the woman leaving…

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Operating Under the Influence of Alcohol and Negligent Operation of a Motor Vehicle: Continued Without a Finding

Attleboro Police responded to a report of single vehicle crash.  Upon arrival, they discovered an SUV parked along the grassy infield of the roadway that had struck and destroyed a sign.  Police encountered the operator, who displayed signs of intoxication…

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