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Police: DUI for Woman, 33, Who Had To Be Extracted From Her Car After Accident

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A 33-year-old woman was intoxicated when her car ran off the Post Road and crashed near Exit 11, Darien police said. Police did not describe the extent of her injuries, if any, in the Jan. 27 accident, but a Darien EMS-Post 53 ambulance went to the scene, where she was treated, and she was taken to Norwalk Hospital, police said. Police described what happened with this account, including accusations not proven in court:

At 1:35 a.m., a police was officer helping a driver in a minor car accident on the Post Road near its intersection with Old Kings Highway North. The officer saw a small car headed east (toward Norwalk) on the Post Road and at a high speed when it passed him at an unsafe distance.

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Police: DUI Charge for Darien Woman After Argument in Vehicle Prompts Officer to Conduct a Traffic Stop

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After a police officer on patrol saw a 39-year-old Darien woman in an argument with a passenger in the Jeep she was driving, the officer pulled over the vehicle — then noticed indications the woman had been drinking, police said. When she didn’t successfully complete standard field sobriety tests, she was charged with driving while under the influence, police said. Darien police gave this further account of what happened (with additional information from a police spokesman added, as noted, to the original police announcement), including accusations not proven in court:

At 12:45 a.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 21, the officer saw the Jeep stopped at a red light at the end of the Exit 11 southbound-traffic ramp (across the Post Road from Leroy Avenue). When officer pulled his patrol car alongside the Jeep, he saw that the driver and a passenger in an apparent argument and decided to pull over the vehicle to make sure a domestic violence incident hadn’t occurred, a police spokesman said.

Police: DUI for Driver of Car that Struck Fence on St Nicholas Road

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The driver of a car that went off the road and hit a fence was charged by police with driving under the influence — apparently of Oxycontin, police said. Darien police gave this account of what happened, including accusations not proven in court:

Police were called to St. Nicholas Road at its intersection with Mansfield Avenue at 4:52 p.m. (a minute before sunset) on Wednesday, Jan. 15 and spoke with the 46-year old driver, a New Canaan man. The police announcement did not say whether the man had any injuries, what kind of car he was driving or describe whatever damages may have occurred, either to the car, the fence or anything else.

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Police: DUI for Darien Man, 19, Caught Driving With More Alcohol Than ‘Zero Tolerance’ Law Allows

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According to New Canaan police, a 19-year-old Darien man drove in New Canaan just after midnight Friday with a blood-alcohol level above the legal limit for a driver his age. His level wasn’t particularly high for an adult — except under the state’s “zero tolerance law” that disallows driving for those under 21 with a BAC of 0.02 or above. For drivers age 21 and older, a blood-alcohol content of less than 0.08 is acceptable. — This article previously was published by NewCanaanite.com. New Canaan police described what happened with this account, including accusations not proven in court:

At about 12:51 a.m. on Jan.