Another prom weekend and another cause to step up DUI saturation in Larimer County. Studies have linked teen drinking to 60 percent of teenage driving deaths, six percent of all prom going teens will drink on prom night and an astounding 90 percent would drive drunk after prom.
45-year old John Hite appeared in court this morning and plead guilty to felony vehicular manslaughter. Hite had been jailed for drunken driving and only released 5 hours prior to the accident the killed his son.
The Colorado Department of Transportation is asking everyone to “Drink & Don’t Drive” as they embrace the Irish heritage over St. Patrick’s Day weekend. Heightened DUI enforcement begins tonight at 6 pm and runs through 3 am on Tues., March 18.
Drunk driving laws in Colorado will be getting tougher in 2014. One of the biggest changes is that anyone who refused a field sobriety test will be branded a "persistent drunk driver" and have to install an interlock device on their vehicle.
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