DUI driver in UCF student’s death was not drunk, investigators say
A man accused of vehicular homicide and DUI manslaughter in the death of a 21-year-old University of Central Florida senior was allegedly high on marijuana, not alcohol, at the time of the crash, court records show. Yousuf Hasan, 25, is accused of crashing his car into 21-year-old London Harrell as she walked near UCF in June. Sign up for our Newsletters Investigators have said Yousuf Hasan was not drunk when the crash happened. Newly released video shows Hasan undergoing a breathalyzer test after the crash. The video was recorded about five hours after the crash. Troopers have said that when Hasan was found he was slurring his words and couldn't stand up straight.
He yelled “Objection!” repeatedly as his mother took the witness stand to describe his slow mental unraveling in the years before prosecutors say he killed his father . Prosecutors have said they will prove Mr. Gilbert showed up unannounced at his parents’ Turtle Bay apartment in January 2015 with
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RIVERHEAD, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) – It’s expected to be an emotional day in court as the father of a Long Island Boy Scout testifies against the driver accused of killing his son.
was charged with aggravated vehicular homicide and driving while intoxicated after 12-year-old last September in Manorville.
Yesterday, the judge said heagainst Murphy, citing inconsistencies with his blood alcohol level.
The Holbrook man admitted he was drinking on a golf course before plowing into the Boy Scouts, killing McMorris and injuring four other teens. His defense claims, because of his weight, he was not legally drunk.
Officials: More than 20 killed in northern Tunisia bus crash
Tunisia’s Interior Ministry says a bus has crashed killing more than 20 passengers in the Amdoun region of the country’s north. The Ministry said in a statement Sunday the bus belonging to a private travel agency fell and rolled over in a valley during a “recreational tourist trip from Tunis,” the country’s capital, in the direction of Ain Draham that borders Algeria.
HAUPPAUGE, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) – A Suffolk County judge issued an ultimatum to an admitted drunk driver who killed a boy scout last fall. He read another apology in court for Murphy, who admits he was drinking at a golf course before plowing his car into a group of Boy Scouts , killing 7th grader
Applause erupted Wednesday in a New Jersey courtroom after Clark Fredericks pleaded guilty to fatally stabbing the man he says molested him as a child, a man who was his Boy Scout leader and a family friend.
Murphy refused a breathalyzer on the scene. His blood was tested four hours later and registered a 1.3 blood alcohol level.
Suffolk County’s chief toxicologist estimated that at the time of the crash, it would have been 1.9 – more than twice the legal limit. But on Wednesday, the judge told jurors to strike that from the record.
“Guess work, unproven junk science. They never have enough to prove it,” defense attorney Steven Politi said.
“There is science that says 1.3. That is over .08,” said McMorris’s mother, Alisa. “None of this means anything. At the end of it, I still don’t get my child back.”
Murphy still faces other counts that carry 8 to 25 years in prison.
Man accused of killing wife, kids texted others from her phone, posted to her Facebook page .
Prosecutors released a significant amount of evidence Thursday in the case against a Marion County man accused of killing his wife and her four children. Michael Jones, 38, is accused of killing his wife, Casei Jones, 32, and her four children, Cameron Bowers, 10, Preston Bowers, 5, Mercalli Jones, 2, and Aiyana Jones, 1. Sign up for our Newsletters The evidence released Thursday includes portions of police interviews with Jones after he was arrested in Georgia.Video of Jones being interviewed shows him slumped over and speaking softly as he tells investigators it was fear that kept him from turning himself in.