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Alleged Drunken Driver Was Getting More Beer

February 5, 2013

Although his blood-alcohol content was already twice the legal limit for driving, Sean Duvall reportedly told an Ohio County sheriff’s deputy that he was on his way to buy more beer when he drove hi......

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Feb-05-13 8:32 PM

Yes richard, all spelling is created equAl, some, more so than others.

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Feb-05-13 8:30 PM

How is this different from the half dozen DUI arrests over the weekend by wheeling pd?

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Feb-05-13 1:08 PM

Same old thing. All are equel. Some more than others.

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Feb-05-13 9:09 AM

Good point WVian. It's funny how the news agencies pick and choose their stories. They'll print something like this, but won't inform the public when those sworn to protect the public, such as the two lietuenants from the Weirton Fire Department, get arrested for alleged drunk driving by the state police--and are still on the job. Makes one really feel safe.

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Feb-05-13 7:28 AM

I seem to recall another DUI from last year that made news. However the charges in that case were different although that persons blood alcohol level exceeded that of this current event involving Sean Duvall whose level was reported at 0.179 percent.

Remember this from the NR on April 20, 2012?: "Delegate Ryan Ferns Cited for DUI"....

NR May 12, 2012: "Wheeling police cited Ferns April 20 after a traffic stop where police said his blood-alcohol content level registered at 0.229 percent - nearly three times the legal limit for driving of 0.08 percent."

I'm sure that Duvall will be getting the preferential treatment and reduced charges just like Ryan Ferns received, right? Maybe Duvall should move to WV and run for office now. WV voters seem to like to vote for DUI offenders.....

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