Ryan Demetres Jackson arrested twice for DUI
Edelen, apparently forgetting his prior boasting of being able to beat this case and never go to jail, put on a different act in the courtroom.
The Drinking, Drugging, Driving and Dying Season is open. THE FOLLOWING PERSONS were charged with DUI by the Henrico County Police from November 1, 2017, to November 13, 2017.
Southern Maryland Police Beat: Charles County Sheriff Troy Berry reports DWI arrests by the alphabet for 2014; “A” list of impaired drivers
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Five-time DUI Driver Christopher Cotsford Crashed into home in Trailer Park; Gained Set of Teeth Marks from K-9 Hakan
LEXINGTON PARK, MD. – Police say that a man who stole a truck after trying to choke a person raced away from a patrol car on Great Mills Road and then crashed into the porch of mobile home in Lord Calvert Trailer Park in Great Mills.
The record of this five-time DUI driver stretches back for years in Maryland and spans three counties and four different States Attorneys and at least that many District Court and Circuit Court Judges. The list of the various encounters of Christopher Cotsford follows this latest DUI-fueled adventure.
St. Mary’s Sheriff Tim Cameron reports that on January 21, 2015, at 8:18 PM, deputies responded to a residence in the 19000 block of Three Notch Road for a reported assault. While responding to the residence, the Emergency Communications Center, (ECC), advised the suspect identified as Christopher Lee Cotsford, 32, of Great Mills, allegedly stole a vehicle, 1997 Ford Explorer, and fled the scene.
HOLLYWOOD, MD. St. Mary’s Sheriff Tim Cameron reports that a Texas man with a pricey hot rod took a cold dip into the Patuxent River on Christmas Day.
There were no known baptismal ceremonies taking place on that holy day.
Deputies responded to the end of Clark’s Landing Road for the report of a vehicle in the river.
The investigation revealed, Douglas Scott Berkshire, 38, of Austin, Texas, drove a 2011 BMW 335I, 300-400 feet off of the roadway into the water. He was subsequently arrested and charged with Driving under the Influence.