Minnesota Lynx Odyssey Sims charged with DUI

In June of 2019, Odyssey Sims, the scoring leader for the Minnesota Lynx professional basketball team received a DUI charge.

Sims was stopped by the Minnesota State Patrol for speeding and an improper lane change on June 6, 2019 near downtown Minneapolis.

Sims blew a 0.20 on the evidential breath tester; the legal limit is 0.08.

Sims apologized to her coaches, her organization and the fans.  She pledged to continue to perform for the team.

Sims scored 15 points in a game approximately 18 hours after she was arrested.

The WNBA did not make any statements at the time of her apology.  Her team did not make any statements then either.

Other WNBA players have been arrested in the past for Driving under the influence.

Diana Taurasi was arrested in 2009.  Kara Braxton was arrested in 2007. Alexis Hornbuckle was arrested in 2010.

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UTEP Quarterback’s DWI charge

Kai Locksley is a quarterback for the UTEP Football Team.  Recently he was charged with DWI and three other charges by El Paso police.

Locksley received the following charges; driving while intoxicated (DWI), marijuana possession under 2 ounces, unlawful possession of a weapon and making a terroristic threat.

Locksley was given bond in the amount of almost $3,000.00.  He can have some post that in cash or through a bail bondsman.

Locksley is set to begin is senior season with the UTEP Miners.  Locksley transferred from Iowa Western Community College in the beginning of 2018.  Last year he threw for over 930 years and three touchdowns.

Locksley had transferred to Iowa Western Community College from the University of Texas where he redshirted.  His father is the head coach for the University of Maryland football team.

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Chuba Akpom gets DWI

Harrisonburg DUI Lawyer

Chuba Akpom gets DWI: If you have been charged with driving while impaired (DWI) or driving under the influence (DUI) in Virginia email or call Keefer Law Firm right now. 540.433.6906; info@BobKeefer.com. Bob Keefer has been a lawyer in Virginia for more than 30 years. Bob is a certified field test instructor; Bob was trained through the manufacturer’s operator’s course on Virginia’s breath testing device. Look at Bob’s Client Reviews here.

Chuba Akpom gets DWI: On December 17, 2017 a bit before 5:00 a.m., the 22 year old Arsenal Star, Chuba Akpom, crashed his Range Rover in London.  Akpom apparently missed a turn, ran over a fence and garden furniture.  Akpom reported to the police that he had been drinking vodka and cranberry juice.  The police were summonsed.  Akpom consented to a preliminary breath test which indicated his breath alcohol limit was above the restricted amount. …

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Top Chef Lynch faces DUI charge

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Best Lawyer for Harrisonburg Reckless Driving:  Barbara Lynch, the Best Boston Celebrity Chef, was charged with driving under the influence (operating under the influence) (OUI)  in July of 2017 in Gloucester, Massachusetts.  Lynch, then 53 years, explained to police that she was driving home from one of the seven restaurants she owns.

Best Lawyer for Harrisonburg Reckless Driving:  Although she had a constitutional right not to incriminate herself, Lynch explained to police that she had a few glasses of wine with dinner and had no idea how she struck another vehicle.  Lynch probably thought she was helping herself with this description; however, the police will use it as a confession to being blind drunk.

Best Lawyer for Harrisonburg Reckless Driving:  Lynch attempted the standardized field sobriety tests which were designed for the sole purpose of developing probable cause against anyone silly enough to take them.  Even though they are not pass or fail tests, the media reported that Lynch failed the field sobriety tests.  The standardized field sobriety tests (sfsts) are designed to throw the subject off balance and thus appear impaired.  Anyone familiar with them would always counseling advising the police that your lawyer advised not to take them as they are unfair.  Lynch also blew 0.159 on some sort of breath tester which constitutes an indirect estimate of one’s blood alcohol contest.

Best Lawyer for Harrisonburg Reckless Driving: Lynch was a Season 12 Guest Judge for

Top Chef filmed in Boston.  Lynch was listed in Time Magazine’s 100 most influential

people on the planet for her work in food service industry.  Lynch published her book:

Out of Line: A Life playing with Fire in April, 2017.

Yordano Ventura Car Accident

Reckless Driving:  If you have been charged with reckless driving in Harrisonburg or anywhere in Virginia, contact us immediately.  Our staff will schedule a FREE CASE REVIEW for you with Bob by telephone.  The conversation will be at no cost to you and is completely confidential.  Bob has more than 30 years experience.  You can contact the office by clicking on the highlighted link above, by calling 540.433.6906 or by emailing info@BobKeefer.com.  You can look at Bob’s client reviews here:  KEEFER LAW FIRM CLIENT REVIEWS.

Reckless Driving:  In late January, 2017, Yordano Ventura, age 25, was killed in a motor vehicle accident while visiting his home in the Dominican Republic.  According to Dominican police, Ventura‘s one car accident occured on the Juan Adrián highway near San Jose de Ocoa. Ventura was alone in the vehicle.  The cause of the collision was not reported.

Reckless Driving: Ventura was known for his lightening like fast ball and his fearlessness against much larger players from other professional baseball teams.  Ventura was an essential element of the pennant victories for his Kansas City Royals and the 2015 World Series.  Two years earlier, Oscar Taveras, another rising young baseball star, was killed in a traffic crash in the DR.  Taveras and his girlfriend were killed near Puerto Plata.  Ventura was pitching in the 2014 World Series and had Taveras‘ initials and number on his baseball cap honoring Taveras.  Coincidentally Andy Marte a retired major league baseball player also died in a vehicle crash in the DR several days earlier than Ventura’s passing.

Reckless Driving: Ventura’s tough attitude often drew unwelcome attention from batters.  On one occasion, Manny Machado charged the pitcher’s mound; on another Mike Trout engaged Ventura in a tense stare down.  Ventura earned over one million dollars in his second season of a five year contract with a twenty-three million dollar guarantee.  Ventura came a long way from a 16 year old signed for $28,000.00 as a project.



Victor Ortiz’s DUI

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Harrisonburg Reckless Driving Lawyer: Victor Ortiz is a professional boxer and an actor.  Ortiz was the WBC Welterweight Champion in 2011 and was consistently rated in the top three fighters at his weight for much of his career.  Ortiz acted in The Expendables and in Southpaw.  He also appeared on Dancing With the Stars.  Ortiz grew up in Kansas to Mexican parents.  For a time, Ortiz was raised by his single parent Father who suffered from alcoholism.  Eventually, Ortiz and his five brothers and sisters entered into the care of Kansas child protective services.

Harrisonburg Reckless Driving Lawyer: Before his father left, Ortiz took up boxing and showed great promise.  Ortiz was noticed by Ron Lyle at a Salvation Army Community Center.  Lyle mentored Ortiz into Junior Olympics where he was undefeated.  Lyle was then noticed by Roberto Garcia who began training Ortiz.  At 17 years of age, Ortiz entered the United States Olympic boxing trials but was eliminated in the semifinals.  In 2004, Ortiz entered the professional boxing circuit.  During his career, Ortiz fought many great boxers including Floyd Mayweather.

Harrisonburg Reckless Driving Lawyer:  In 2016 Ortiz was arrested for DUI in Ventura County, California.  He breath test registered 0.21 grams per 210 Liters of breath.  That breath alcohol content qualified Ortiz for the super DUI designation which carries greater penalties than a standard first DUI.  The DUI may not be Ortiz’s worst legal problem since he was on probation for a 2015 assault and battery charge at the Kenny Chesney concert held at the Rose Bowl.  Ortiz should be worried about the “comeback” time from the 2015 charge.




Son of Arkansas Governor Arrested For DWI

Marshall Coach Duhon Charged with DWI

Son of Arkansas Governor Arrested For DWI

Son of Arkansas Governor Arrested For DWI:  William Asa Hutchinson, III is the 40 year old son of Asa Hutchinson, the Governor of Arkansas.  On January 24, 2016, Hutchinson III was involved in a single motor vehicle crash.  According to Arkansas State Police, he reported falling asleep while driving at 4:00 a.m.  At some point,  Hutchinson III’s vehicle slammed into the guardrail at the Interstate 49 southbound exit ramp onto the Fulbright Expressway.  Police reported that Hutchinson III was confused about his direction of travel prior to the motor vehicle accident.  Police did not report how they determined that Hutchinson III’s confusion was due to a concussion received in the high speed crash to the guardrail.  #SonOfArkansasGovernorArrestedForDWI

Son of Arkansas Governor Arrested For DWI:  The state police indicated that a firefighter summonsed to the crash site reported smelling an alcoholic beverage odor in Hutchinson III’s vehicle.  The state police then noticed such odor on Hutchinson’s breath while speaking with him.  The police report indicates that Hutchinson’s eyes were blood shot and watery and he had slurred speech.  The Police did not indicate how they determined that watery eyes were caused by a blood alcohol level over the legal limit.  The police did not explain how they determined that the blood shot eyes were not the product of the late hour, allergies or some other environmental factor.

Son of Arkansas Governor Arrested For DWI:  The police apparently attempted to administer the horizontal gaze nystagmus test to Hutchinson III.  The HGN test is hard to administer properly and there is significant evidence that HGN clues are often present in persons with no Blood Alcohol content and well as persons with low Blood Alcohol Contents.  Hutchinson III was charged with DWI, careless driving and refusal to undergo the evidential breath test.  His court date in the Fayetteville District Court is set for February 22, 2016. #SonOfArkansasGovernorArrestedForDWI

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