Wednesday, September 8, 2010

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Paris Hilton Arrested for Cocaine Possession
After the driver of the Cadillac Escalade in which she was riding was arrested for driving under the influence, Paris Hilton was arrested for felony cocaine possession after a vial of white powder fell out of her purse in front of the arresting officers. Hilton claimed the purse was not hers, although it contained her identification, her money and cosmetics.
Michael Douglas Blames Cancer on Alcohol, Cigs
Actor Michael Douglas blames his current battle with stage 4 throat cancer on years of drinking and smoking. He also conceded that the stress of the last year may have played a part. His son Cameron was sentenced to prison for selling drugs in April.

Rapper T.I., Wife Arrested on Meth Possession
Five months after getting out of prison on a weapons charge, Grammy-winning rapper T.I. and his wife have been arrested for possession of methamphetamine. T.I., whose real name is Clifford Harris Jr., may be in violation of his federal probation if he is convicted of the drug charge. He was pulled over in West Hollywood after police smelled marijuana coming out of his vehicle.

Former Colts' Quarterback Arrested on DUI Charges
Blair Kiel, former quarterback for the Indianapolis Colts, has been arrested on charges of operating a vehicle while intoxicated after police saw him crossing the center line in Noblesville. Kiel failed several roadside sobriety tests and later recorded a 0.17 blood alcohol concentration.

Woman Drove Five Times the Legal Limit
Police first thought that 22-year-old Kelly Cybulski was impaired by drugs when they encountered her at a safety checkpoint. They smelled no alcohol on her but she could not respond to simple instructions or stand up without help. It turned out she had a blood-alcohol concentration of 0.394.

Driver Had BAC More Than Six Times Legal Limit
Indiana police figured something was wrong when they saw a pickup truck stopped in the middle of an intersection while the traffic light was green. The driver, 30-year-old Travis Hornback of Evansville, was passed out behind the wheel. When they woke him up, Hornback's blood-alcohol level tested at 0.54. He was taken to the hospital and treated.

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