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Man Arrested for Stealing Cigarettes from an Individual Detained by Police

Police officers stopped a vehicle Saturday night in Scottsdale near Hayden Road and Northsight Boulevard, which led to a DUI investigation of the driver and the passenger’s arrest for a Phoenix warrant. An officer placed the suspected drunk driver in a squad car and placed the driver’s wallet, cellular phone and cigarettes on the back…

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Commander of DUI Training Division Charged with DUI

Lieutenant Aaron Brown, from the Maricopa County Police Department, was charged with DUI by his fellow Officers.  Brown was out with his girlfriend at Tailgate Bar and Grill, where later that night, ended up being kicked out. Shortly after, Brown was pulled over. Officers could smell the alcohol coming from his breath and noticed his…

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Interlock Devices

Alcohol has proven to be statistically related to fatal automobile crashes many years ago. Studies have shown that even low doses of alcohol will impair one’s visual perceptions and reaction times. And for the longest time, there seemed to be no sure-proof, accurate way for arresting officers to prove that a person had been drinking…

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Phoenix Bar Frontrunner for DUI Prevention

It’s most bars’ mission to serve customers with good food and drink while providing a fun and friendly atmosphere. And let’s be honest, it doesn’t hurt a bar’s bottom line to see its patrons indulging in a few too many, ultimately racking up large bar tabs. But there’s another thing that has been racking up…

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Are store-bought breathalyzers accurate?

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It’s not a bad idea to buy an alcohol breath tester—more commonly known as a Breathalyzer—to have for your own personal use. They can be a great tool for everyone, not just police. Because a person’s blood alcohol content (BAC) varies based on so many different factors (i.e. weight, muscle mass, recently consumed food, etc.),…