State Representative Bryan Posthumus will spend 15 days in jail after admitting to being drunk behind the wheel and flipping his Jeep. The West Michigan lawmaker will also spend two years on probation.
This weekend as thousands of Michiganders hit the lakes and waterways for the 4th of July weekend, they'll have company as Michigan DNR officers will be out in force to crack down on those who are boating drunk.
West Michigan State Representative Bryan Posthumus is expressing regret and remorse after what appears to be a drunk driving accident on Friday. The representative, in his first term as the representative for the 73rd district, was arrested after his Jeep hit a mailbox and flipped over near his family home in Oakfield Township.
Hours after they were seen laughing it up with their neighbors and celebrating their golf cart win, Danette Skutak was arrested on a DUI and crashing the cart while there were two other passengers on board.
Source: Villages News
For the next three weeks, police will be adding patrols looking for drunk or impaired drivers. They want to make sure while you're enjoying the last few weeks of summer in Michigan, you and everyone else on the roads are safe.
After three years of appeals, the Supreme Court finally issued a ruling on The People of the State of Michigan v Gino Robert Rea, a man who was arrested in his driveway for drunk driving.
A ruling last night by the Michigan Supreme Court found Gino Rea guilty of drunk driving after being arrested in his own driveway in 2014...