The following people were arrested for Driving Under the Influence (DUI) from June 29, 2006 through July 5, 2006 in St. Mary's County, MD. The arrests were made by troopers from the Leonardtown Barrack of the Maryland State Police.
Stephen Kenneth Blass, 41, of Mechanicsville on 6/29/06 by TFC J. L. Linger
Larry Glenmoore Butler, 51, of no fixed address on 6/29/06 by TFC M. W. Laney
James Michael Gill, 25, of California on 6/30/06 by TFC J. L. Linger
Felicia Garcia, 19, of Patuxent River on 6/30/06 by TFC J. L. Linger
John Vincent Medley, 42, of California on 6/30/06 by TFC J. L. Linger
Katie Lynn DeMarr, 25, of Aquasco on 7/1/06 by TFC R. B. Rezza
Paul Eddie Pritchett, 46, of Fort Washington on 7/1/06 by TFC P. A. Trossbach
Stephanie Ann Gross, 46, of Hughesville on 7/2/06 by TFC J. L. Linger
Michael George Ahern, 50, of Charlotte Hall on 7/3/06 by TFC J. L. Linger
Zackary Grant Silvast, 18, of California on 7/4/06 by TFC A. J. Rossignol
James Connor Orourke, 19, of Leonardtown on 7/5/06 by TFC J. L. Linger
Jason Alexander Moritz, 30, of Hollywood on 7/5/06 by Tpr. B. D. McCartney
A first-time charge of DWI can carry a penalty of 60 days in jail, a $500 fine, and 8 points on the driver's license. If the offender is transporting a child when arrested, the penalty can increase to 6 months in jail and a $1000 fine. A driver is considered to be DWI if his blood alcohol concentration (BAC) is between 0.07 and 0.08.
If the BAC is over 0.08, the charge is then designated as Driving Under the Influence (DUI). A first time DUI charge can carry a penalty of one year in jail, a $1000 fine and 12 points. If transporting a minor when arrested, the charge can increase to two years in jail and a $2000 fine.
If you earn eight to eleven points on your driver's license, your license will be suspended. Twelve or more points and your license will be revoked.