Utah Nurse Arrested For Refusing To Give Patient’s Blood To Police

September 15, 2017

Many questions require answers relating to how far cops can go to gather proof after a Utah nurse, who didn’t allow taking the blood sample from a fainted patient, was taken into custody. The case has led to policy changes within the Salt Lake City Police Department. On Thursday, the recorded video was released in which Salt Lake City Detective Jeff Payne took nurse Alex Wubbels into custody. The issue happened on 26th of July after she didn’t permit to take the blood sample of a fainted ...Read more


Wide Receiver Darren Carrington II Pleads No Contest To DUI

August 30, 2017

SALT LAKE CITY - A plea of no contest has been entered in Eugene Municipal Court by Darren Carrington II, who was sent to Utah in July after being dismissed by Oregon following a misdemeanor DUI charge. To solve the legal issue, he went to court on Monday as he was summoned. According to a deal, his charges will be dismissed if he completes a one-year diversion program and pay the amount of $490 in fine as ordered by the judge. Kyle Whittingham, the Utah coach, didn’t say much about the ...Read more


KUTV Anchor Shauna Lake Pleads Guilty To DUI Tuesday

August 18, 2017

SALT LAKE CITY - On Tuesday, KUTV anchor Shauna Lake pleaded guilty to a Class B misdemeanor charge for DUI. On 10th of May, she was taken into custody on suspicion of driving under the influence after she was pulled over by a Utah Highway Patrol trooper on the I-215 South belt near 1200 E. According to the trooper, she was travelling below the speed limit in the far left lane of the freeway due to which the trooper suspected there was something wrong. She was ordered by the judge to pa...Read more


KUTV Anchor Shauna Lake Pleads Guilty To Drunk Driving

August 01, 2017

SALT LAKE CITY – According to police reports, KUTV anchor, Shauna Lake Marshall, pleaded guilty to a Class B misdemeanor charge of driving under the influence Tuesday. Lake was arrested on May 10 on suspicion of DUI after a Utah Highway Patrol trooper stopped her on the I-215 South belt near 1200 E. The arrest report stated that Lake had been driving below the speed limit in the far left lane of the freeway. Lake faced three other charges including a class C misdemeanor charge of driving...Read more


Hospitality Groups In Utah Critical Of The New Strictest Dui Threshold

July 17, 2017

SALT LAKE CITY – Hospitality groups in Utah are opposing the new strict 0.05 percent DUI threshold limit, saying that it will hurt the state’s hospitality industry. Tourism and restaurant officials met with state lawmakers Wednesday afternoon. They criticized them for passing the law to drop the DUI threshold from 0.08 percent to 0.05 next year. According to critics, the law aims to target responsible people who may want to have a drink or two at dinner. According to Gov. Gary Herbert,...Read more


Salt Lake City Utah Man Pleads Guilty To Killing Husband In House Fire

July 04, 2017

According to news reports, 48-year-old Craig Crawford accepted in court on Tuesday that he set the house on fire back in 2016 which left his estranged husband dead. The individual who died in the fire incident was a reputed restaurant owner and an advocate for LGBT rights. Crawford told that he set a four storey home on fire when he started a fire on the 2nd floor due to which the stairs collapsed, blocking the way out. On 22nd of May, the home was set on fire at about 1 a.m. 72-year...Read more


More Than 10,000 People Sign Online Petition Opposing Utah’s New DUI Law

June 21, 2017

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah - The new law that lowered the legal BAC limit from 0.08% to 0.05% has been opposed by a large number of individuals as shown by the online petition that has been signed by more than 10,000 people. Almost a month ago, the petition was launched by the American Beverage Institute as it wanted the state to revoke the law. The organization got a full-page ad in the newspaper printed which showed that tourists will now have to think more than once about visiting Utah because t...Read more


Popular TV News Anchor Arrested For DUI

June 06, 2017

SALT LAKE CITY - On Wednesday, longtime TV news anchor, Shauna Lake Marshall, was taken into custody for investigation of a driving under the influence case. She was locked up in the Salt Lake County Jail for investigation of DUI as she was travelling with an open container on a highway. The number plate of the vehicle was registered to another vehicle, so the investigation included driving with an expired registration. It was shown by a Salt Lake County Jail report that a white Land Rover...Read more


Utah Anchor Arrested On Suspicion Of DUI

May 23, 2017

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Shauna Lake Marshall, a local news anchor, was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence early Wednesday morning. Marshall, who is known to the public as Shauna Lake, is a longtime TV news anchor for KUTV who joined in 1994. The arrest documents show that she was driving a white Land Rover which was pulled over on I-215 after a trooper noticed it was traveling slowly in the left fast lane. When the trooper approached the window of the Land Rover, he c...Read more


Judge To Decide Whether The Criminal Case For Utah Teen Shot By Police Should Remain In Juvenile Court

May 15, 2017

There is a possibility that the judge will give his decision on Friday whether the criminal case for 17-year-old Abdullahi "Abdi" Mohamed, a teen shot by cops in 2016, will remain in juvenile court. He was shot in the month of February 2016 for beating a man with a hollow metal rod as they got involved in a quarrel on a drug purchase case. Salt Lake District Attorney, Sim Gill, ruled in the month of August and charged Mohamed with first-degree felony aggravated robbery and second-degree fe...Read more


Study Shows That Distracted Driving Is As Risky As Drunk Driving

April 27, 2017

SALT LAKE CITY - A study conducted by the Cambridge Mobile Telematics, the world's leader in Smartphone-centric telematics, revealed that distracted driving is not something less dangerous that drunk driving. The study conducted to see the dangers of distracting driving showed that most of the trips involving distracted driving resulted in accidents. UDOT Public Information Officer, John Gleason, was not shocked to see the result of the study and said, "There's really no surprises in this ...Read more


Utah Governor Gary Herbert Signs Controversial Bill Making Utah’s DUI Level Lowest In The Nation

April 12, 2017

SALT LAKE CITY - A bill reducing Utah's DUI level from 0.08 percent to 0.05 percent has been signed by Utah Governor Gary Herbert. This reduction in the BAC level will make the State first one to lower the level to 0.05 percent. The governor said, "My responsibility is to evaluate and decide whether in fact going to 0.05 is in fact good policy. That's my charge, is it good policy? And I'm here to announce that after a thorough analysis, I believe it is good policy and that this new policy wil...Read more


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