Tag - drunk-driving



Japan Times
SOCCER / J. League
Oct 26, 2020
Gamba suspends forward Ademilson over alleged involvement in drunken driving incident
Gamba Osaka have suspended Brazilian forward Ademilson following his alleged involvement in a drunken driving incident, the J. League top-flight club said Monday.
Japan Times
JAPAN / Crime & Legal
Nov 29, 2018
Two years sought for former Morning Musume idol Yoshizawa for hit-and-run, drunken driving and injury through negligence
Prosecutors on Thursday sought a two-year prison term for Hitomi Yoshizawa, a former member of the all-girl J-pop group Morning Musume, for allegedly injuring two people in a hit-and-run incident while driving under the influence of alcohol in September.
Japan Times
Oct 2, 2018
New Kangaroos skipper Greg Inglis suspended after drunk-driving charge
New Kangaroos skipper Greg Inglis has been suspended for two games after being caught drunk driving just hours after his appointment, the National Rugby League said Tuesday.
Feb 24, 2018
Canadian skier arrested for stealing a car
Canadian ski cross athlete David Duncan has been charged with stealing a car in the early hours of Saturday morning, South Korean police said.
Japan Times
Jun 13, 2017
Hitachi develops breath analyzer with facial recognition
Hitachi Ltd. has developed a smartphone-connected device to prevent drunken driving by detecting alcohol from a person's breath while employing facial recognition technology to prevent the person from using a substitute.
Japan Times
Feb 9, 2017
Designated driver service seeks to prevent drunk driving by U.S. forces
Substitute drivers in Okinawa have started giving U.S. service members a ride home inside bases to reduce incidences of drunken driving in a first in Japan.
Japan Times
WORLD / Crime & Legal
Jan 29, 2016
'Affluenza' teen flown back to Texas, placed in juvenile detention
The American teenager derided for a defense of "affluenza" in the killing four people while driving drunk arrived back in Texas on Thursday after being deported from Mexico and was placed in juvenile detention.


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