So you had a couple of drinks while you were out with friends, family or co-workers. You probably never thought that your blood alcohol concentration could possibly be at or above Illinois's legal BAC limit of .08. That is, until a police officer asked you to submit to a breath test, and the Breathalyzer machine used indicated that you may have been drunk driving.
A recent hit-and-run crash resulted in criminal charges for an out-of-state man. Illinois police claim that the driver fled the scene on foot, sparking a search that ended in his arrest. Apparently still in police custody, he is facing serious drug charges into addition to other allegations.
A recent early morning traffic stop ended in a woman's arrest. Illinois police charged the driver for drunk driving along with several other charges, including speeding and improper lane usage. She was apparently visiting Illinois from her home state.
A hit-and-run accident led to the recent arrest of an Illinois woman. Police claim that she fled the scene of the single-vehicle wreck, but was found a short while later and accused of drunk driving. Although treated for minor injuries by responding paramedics, she did not require any further medical treatment.