SC teacher accused of DUI crash that hurt police officer
NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. – A South Carolina teacher is accused of driving under the influence after police say she crashed into a patrol car, injuring a police officer. Citing court records, news outlets report 24-year-old Wendy Ellen Burnett was charged with felony DUI following the Saturday morning crash. South Carolina Highway Patrol spokesman Cpl. Judd Jones says Burnett was driving on Interstate 26 when she crashed into 32-year-old North Charleston police officer Andrew Turner’s vehicle, which struck Turner, who was making a traffic stop. Tri-County Fraternal Order of Police President John Blackmon says Turner remains hospitalized with serious injuries. Charleston County School District spokesman Andy Pruitt says Burnett has been placed on administrative leave from her job as a geometry teacher at North Charleston High School.
WTAT-TV/DT Â» Wando High School Teacher Arrested for DUI
MOUNT PLEASANT, SC – A school teacher arrested and charged with DUI Saturday has been told not to return to work until further notice. We found out that Kevin Shiver is a social studies teacher at Wando High School. He’s also the head coach of the JV football team and boys and girls track and field coach. The school district says it has no further comment on the situation at this time, but they address it on Tuesday.
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Charleston attorney arrested on DUI and cocaine possession …
Charleston lawyer Mark Peper was arrested early Monday on charges of driving under the influence and possession of cocaine.
Two SC Men Sentenced for Felony DUI
Two Pickens, SC men have been sentenced for felony driving under the influence in separate incidents, according the 13th Judicial Circuit Solicitor’s Office. Michael Wayne Lyles, 60, pleaded guilty Thursday to one count of felony DUI resulting in death and one count of felony DUI resulting in great bodily injury. Judge D. Garrison Hill sentenced Lyles to 10 years in prison, and Lyles will need to serve at least 85 percent of that sentence before he becomes eligible for parole, according to the solicitor’s office. In a separate case, Robert Vernon Sweatman, 46, pleaded guilty Oct. 23 to one count of felony DUI resulting in great bodily injury, according to the solicitor’s office. Judge Hill sentenced Sweatman to two years in prison followed by one year of house arrest.