Friday, March 15, 2013
Sean M. Herod had been convicted in 2006 of two DWIs within three days of each other.
A 32-year-old man faces his fifth charge of driving while intoxicated after he could not complete a sobriety test because he could not stand up, according to a St. Charles County Sheriff’s Department report. Sean M. Herod, 32, of the 10100 block of Schultz in Foristell, was charged with DWI as a chronic offender, a class B felony. Nine days after Herod successfully completed probation for two DWI convictions in 2006, St. Charles County Sheriff’s deputy pulled Herod over for driving erratically on Highway 94 near Westwood Drive just east of Weldon Spring. The deputy tried to administer a sobriety test, but said Herod could not complete it “due to an inability to stand up.” Herod refused a Breathalyzer test and officials obtained a search …
Tuesday, March 5, 2013
Chesterfield Police said she was driving 76 mph in a 60 mph zone when she was pulled over on Interstate 64.
A St. Charles County woman faces a felony driving while intoxicated charge after being pulled over on Interstate 64 at Boone's Crossing in Chesterfield. Amanda N. Andrew, 31, of the 5400 block of Old Gutermuth Road in St. Charles County, was charged Tuesday with driving while intoxicated as a persistent offender. Andrew has two previous DWI convictions. Chesterfield Police said Andrew was pulled over for driving 76 mph in a 60 mph zone at 3:56 a.m. Aug. 3 on I-64. When talking with Andrew, the officer reported he noticed a strong odor of alcohol and that she had watery and bloodshot eyes. Andrew did poorly on a sobriety test and began hyperventilating, according to a report. An ambulance took her to an area hospital where she was treated …
Wednesday, December 5, 2012
According to the "St. Louis Post-Distpatch," county police will step up DWI enforcement in mid-December.
As you plan out your holiday party schedule this season, make sure you have a designated sober driver. According to the Suburban Journal, the St. Charles County Sheriff's Department will be out on the streets conducting a Holiday DWI checkpoint campaign from Dec. 10-16, in an effort to reduce alcohol related crashes. St. Peters Police have also planned a sobriety checkpoint during the same timespan. At an undisclosed location on the weekend of Dec. 14, St. Peters Police will be cracking down on drunken driving. Click here for more information. Here are a list of local cab/other companies you can call if you need a ride: