Fairfield – Arrest Warrant Issued In DUI Case
An arrest warrant was just issued against a suspect involved in a DUI incident in Fairfield.
22-year-old Ksenia Casale of Fairfield was arrested last Friday in connection with a July incident where the car she was driving collided with another vehicle. At around 9:00 p.m. on July 31, Casale was driving south on Tunxis Hill Road (Route 58) when she rear-ended another vehicle in front of Stop & Shop. Injuries were reported in the incident and a subsequent investigation revealed that Casale was under the influence of alcohol and other substances at the time of the crash. She is currently facing charges of tailgating, assaulting emergency personnel and driving under the influence.
It cannot be overstated how driving while under the influence of various substances, particularly alcohol, can lead to unfortunate incidents and people getting injured. These culprits have to be taken off the road, and authorities will exhaust all means to do so and protect the safety of other motorists. That said, people who are injured in similar situations need to be aware of the legal avenues they can pursue against these reckless parties. Legal experts can assist aggrieved individuals take stock of their situation and create appropriate courses of action.
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