DE Man Facing DUI Charges After Crashing Into Mobile Home

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A Delaware man is facing some serious DUI charges after he crashed into a mobile home early Friday morning on June 6, 2014.

Justin T. Hazzard (interesting last name) was driving on Seaford Road just north of Oneals Road in Laurel, Delaware. According to investigators, Hazzard lost control of the wheel at around 1:15 am and crashed into the mobile home. Luckily the home was unoccupied at the time.

Police arrived to the scene and suspected Hazzard to be under the influence. He was immediately taken into custody.

Although Hazzard was later released from jail, he is currently facing a few charges including driving under the influence of alcohol, driving on a suspended license, and failing to remain in a single lane.

Both Hazzard’s vehicle and the mobile were significantly damaged as a result of this incident.

If found guilty, Hazzard could be facing some serous consequences. Delaware is notorious for having very serious DUI laws and enforcement.

Click here for more information on Delaware DUI laws.

Not only could Hazzard be required to spend time behind bars, he may have to pay expensive fines that could cost him more than a thousand dollars!

Additionally, Hazzard may be required to attend alcohol education classes or DUI school on his own dime. Hazzard may also be required to install an ignition interlock device if he qualifies to get his driving privileges back. An ignition interlock is a device that can prevent your car from starting if it detects alcohol on your breath.

Click here for more information on ignition interlock devices.

 

Source: CBS Local

 

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