The Denver District Attorney’s Office recently filed a suit against a 24-year-old woman from Thornton, Colorado, whom they allege was driving under the influence of alcohol while transporting two children in her vehicle.
The prosecution’s lawsuit claims that the defendant collided with two parked cars on a Denver street around midnight. The District Attorney’s office believes that the woman was drunk at the time of the accident and was later arrested for DUI by a Denver Police team, complete with police dogs. The man is acquiring a west palm dui lawyer to help with the case.
In other news, Two college students were shocked to find their laptop computers, credit cards, cell phones and other personal property confiscated by the Federal Bureau of Investigations after a March 30th raid on their apartment. FBI officials claim that the students are allegedly committing online fraud through the popular game World of Warcraft, but the victims of this raid state that they aren’t even regular World of Warcraft players.
The FBI did not file any criminal charges against either of the students, nor did they make any arrests before or after conducting the raid. Outside of admitting that the students were potential suspects in a virtual currency fraud investigation, the FBI was reluctant to release further case details to the public. One special agent told reporters that official documents supporting the raid are strictly confidential.