South Carolina state senator arrested overnight for DUI
South Carolina state senator Paul Campbell was arrested for Driving Under the Influence on Saturday night. According to the South Carolina Highway Patrol, they were called at about 9:15 p.m. to investigate a two-vehicle collision on I-26 westbound, near mile marker 204, in Berkeley County. During the investigation there was a discrepancy in who was driving the at-fault vehicle at the time of the collision. It was determined after talking with both parties of the crash that the driver was Paul Campbell. Campbell was administered a field sobriety test and, as a result of those tests, was arrested for driving under the influence. Campbell was taken to the Charleston County Detention Center and registered a.09 on the Data Master. The passenger in Campbell’s car was his wife and she was charged with providing false information to police. Campbell was booked into the Al Cannon Detention Center at 11:46 p.m. Saturday. Campbell represents portions of Berkeley, Charleston and Dorchester counties. Upon appearing in bond court Sunday morning, Campbell was issued a $992 bond for the DUI charge and a $465 bond for giving false information to police.
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Man charged with felony DUI in wreck that killed 9-year-old girl
An arrest has been made in connection with a wreck that claimed the life of a 9-year-old girl Sunday on Interstate 26. Zebulon A. Wright, 46, of Charleston was charged with felony DUI involving death and reckless homicide, according to the South Carolina Highway Patrol. According to Dorchester County Coroner Paul Brouthers, Alivia Watson was thrown from the vehicle she was riding in and died at Trident Medical Center about an hour after she was transported from the scene. The incident occurred around 2:20 a.m. near the 186 mile marker on I-26, troopers said. According to Cpl. Sonny Collins a 2006 Buick and 2004 Ford Explorer were both traveling eastbound on the Interstate when the Buick, driven by Wright, struck the Ford, forcing the SUV off the roadway and over a guardrail, ejecting the child. Highway Patrol is conducting an ongoing investigation.
Driver hits SCHP car, charged with DUI in Charleston Co.
CHARLESTON COUNTY, S.C. – A man is facing DUI charges after an accident involving a South Carolina Highway Patrol State Trooper. Michael Hazel, 28, is charged with DUI second offense. Authorities say just before 2 a.m. on Sunday, January 14, Charleston County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to Interstate 26 West near Aviation Avenue following the accident. “Based on a preliminary investigation, a Ford F150 driven by Michael Hazel, 28, struck the rear of a stationary marked Dodge Charger on I26,” according to Major Eric Watson. “The State Trooper was not inside the vehicle at the time of the collision and was not injured,” Watson added. Hazel sustained minor injuries and was transported to the Medical University of South Carolina for treatment. He’s since been released from the Sheriff Al Cannon Detention Center.
S.C. State Sen. Paul Campbell seeks dismissal of DUI charge
Sen. Paul Campbell, also CEO of Charleston County Aviation Authority, appears in court on Wednesday, Jan. 17, 2018 seeking to have charges dropped. Campbell was charged with driving under the influence and lying to police on Nov. 4.