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Three teens were killed in Salem on Sunday after their car was hit by a Jeep driver who police say sped through a red light while driving with blood alcohol content three times the legal drinking limit. The crash around p. The driver of the Jeep, Juan C. Rodriguez Palacios, remained at the scene with his passenger and both were later taken to a hospital.
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'Affluenza teen' Ethan Couch leaves Texas jail after nearly two years
'Affluenza teen' Ethan Couch leaves Texas jail after nearly two years | US news | The Guardian
The Parole Board of Canada held a hearing Nov. Peeteetuce, who was 21 at the time of the crash, had three prior convictions for stealing vehicles. The defence said Peeteetuce was born to an alcoholic mother who neglected her children and left her to live with relatives. At one point, her stepmother tried to drown her. Peeteetuce first had a child at the age of 16 and then a son in The defence said she learned through Facebook that her son had suffered an opiate overdose while in the care of his father and she had to make a decision to take the boy off life support. We've sent an email with instructions to create a new password.
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Busting drunk teens on party bus prompts Surrey RCMP to boost enforcement
Dick Miller CNN The psychologist who testified in defense of the year-old drunk driver who killed four people and received no jail time is defending his controversial stance that the boy was afflicted with "affluenza" — meaning the boy's wealth caused him to dissociate his bad actions from consequences. On "Anderson Cooper " Thursday evening, Dr. Dick Miller got into a frustrating exchange with host Anderson Cooper over the sentencing of Ethan Couch — he faced 20 years in prison but instead got 10 years probation — along with the rationale behind a recommendation for treatment instead of punishment. Cooper brought up a similar case ruled on by the judge a year prior, in that a year-old African-American boy who killed one person was sentenced to 10 years in juvenile detention.
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