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Oklahoma man facing fourth DUI charge

Media outlets in Oklahoma reported on Sept. 22 that a 32-year-old man is believed to have been driving impaired when he was involved in a single-vehicle accident. The Bartlesville resident is facing charges of DUI and having open containers of alcohol in his vehicle. The man's bond was set at $50,000, and he is scheduled to appear in court on Oct. 3.

Oklahoma County accident leads to felony DUI charge

A 39-year-old Oklahoma man is facing a manslaughter charge in connection with a March accident in Oklahoma County. The felony DUI charge was filed against the man after a passenger in the vehicle that he hit succumbed to her injuries four months after the crash. The man is also facing eight counts of causing an accident while under the influence that resulted in great bodily injury.

Oklahoma City man charged with DUI after accident

Police in Oklahoma City say that a 23-year-old man was intoxicated when he struck two vehicles on Sept. 4. One of the vehicles struck was operated by the Oklahoma City Police Department. Officers say that the man subsequently attempted to flee the scene before being taken into custody and transported to the Oklahoma County Jail. In addition to drunk driving charges, the man is facing counts of resisting an officer, reckless driving and operating a vehicle with a loaded firearm inside.

Oklahoma woman causes crash with child in the vehicle

A police officer witnessed a woman allegedly driving under the influence of alcohol on Sept. 5 at 1050 North Lynn Riggs Boulevard in Claremore. According to the officer, she drove into the parking lot of an IBC Bank after running over a curb and driving through a grassy area. After coming to a stop in the grass, the officer said the car started moving again, and it hit a light pole.

Oklahoma politician charged with drunk driving

A former Oklahoma state senator was taken into custody for DWI around 8:30 a.m. on Aug. 30. The 69-year-old politician allegedly offered to make the officer who took the man into custody the police chief if he showed leniency. This is the third time since 2013 that the man has been taken into custody from driving under the influence of alcohol.

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