Monthly Archives: November 2009

A Holiday Warning by: Charles L. Sifers

It is regretful that this post has to be done. But, given the obsession of our law enforcement people lately (particularly the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office), I am compelled to write it. There seems to be a high priority with … Continue reading

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Ohio’s TOP DUI Cop arrested for . . . . DUI! By Charles L. Sifers

God. A week of irony! Gerald Gibson, an Ohio Trooper named Trooper of the Year in 2002 and honored by Mothers Against Drunk Drivers (“MADD”) in 1997 for his large numbers of DUI arrests, was arrested for DUI last weekend. … Continue reading

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Most Ironical DUI arrest for this week by : Charles L. Sifers

I thought my last post was to be TOPPER for a while – at least – for irony.  But, no.  There’s another one. Another less-than-“sharp” arrestee in Chicago apparently had never heard that you had the right to remain silent.  … Continue reading

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Breath machine arrested for DUI?

This is a story that demands sharing. An 18 year old man (James Miller) in Ohio was arrested for DUI on Halloween night. Not newsworthy in itself, agreed. However, his attire was. James was in costume. Again, so what? Well, … Continue reading

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I Wish This Story Surprised Me….

Sunday’s Oklahoman (11/1/2009) had this story: http://newsok.com/oklahoma-city-woman-says-shes-treated-like-trash/article/3413634 which was about a woman in Wewoka, Oklahoma who was arrested for driving under the influence of drugs at 2am at a highway intersection in Seminole county.  While I’m sure this happens frequently … Continue reading

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