Monday, February 21, 2011

weekly roundup

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Charlie Sheen Claims He's Ready to Work
Claiming that he "heals fast," actor Charlie Sheen claims he's ready to go back to work on his "Two and a Half Men" television show. "I heal really quickly, but I also unravel pretty quickly. So get me right now guys; get me right now," Sheen told a radio show host.

David Cassidy Pleads No Contest to DUI
Former teen heart throb David Cassidy has entered a plea of no contest to driving under the influence in Florida and failing a field sobriety test on video. Cassidy, 60, will lose his license for six months and serve probation for a year.

Rocker Vince Neil Begins DUI Jail Sentence
Motley Crue singer Vince Neil has reported to a Las Vegas jail to begin serving a sentence for drunken driving. The 50-year-old rocker pleaded guilty last month to DUI last summer near the Vegas Strip. It's not his first DUI.

Bruno Mars Avoids Jail on Cocaine Charge
Singer Bruno Mars, whose real name is Peter Hernandez, has pleaded guilty to cocaine possession and sentenced to probation, community service and counseling. The sentencing came a week after he won a Grammy. He was arrested in September in a bathroom at the Hard Rock Hotel.

Miguel Cabrera Arrested on DUI Charge
Detroit Tigers first baseman Miguel Cabrera has been arrested on suspicion of drunken driving during the team's first week of spring training in Florida. According to police, Cabrera smelled of alcohol, had slurred speech, took a drink from a bottle of scotch in front of a deputy and refused to cooperate.

Raiders Michael Bush Charged With DUI
Indiana State Police have arrested Oakland Raiders running back Michael Bush on charges of driving under the influence in Jeffersonville. Bush was charged with DUI after being pulled over in a 3:47 a.m. traffic stop in Clark County.

Former Dolphin Arrested for Drunk Driving
For Miami Dolphin Bob Kuechenberg, 63, is facing drunken driving charges in south Florida. Kuechenberg was arrested in Miami for DUI, DUI with damage to property or person and improper passing or lane change.

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