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automobile-automotive-car-1073031-300x178Ronald Richard Olson III of Fort Lauderdale, Florida was arrested on July 3 for allegedly driving drunk and causing a crash that killed Robin Kirsch and injured her three children, police said.

Olson, 38, was charged with DUI manslaughter, DUI causing injuries or property damage, and child neglect. Attorney information wasn’t available.

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Boynton Beach police officer Nicholas Prince has been placed on paid administrative leave after he allegedly drove a marked police vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, a police department spokesperson announced on Monday.

The announcement was made after new sources published a video and photos that reportedly show Prince having an argument with the owner of Kocomo’s Island Grill in Loxahatchee on Saturday before driving away in a Boynton Beach police vehicle. Prince was reportedly under the influence of alcohol at the time.

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Montana Fishburne, the estranged daughter of Hollywood actor Laurence Fishburne, was arrested on March 11 for allegedly crashing her vehicle into a Range Rover on I-95 while under the influence of alcohol. She is being charged with a DUI, DUI with property damage, and DUI with a blood alcohol reading of .15 or higher. She was released some hours later from Broward County Sheriff’s Office jail on a $2,500 bond. It is unclear if she has entered a plea or hired an attorney.

According to the arrest report, Fishburne, 25, was allegedly driving a 2016 Toyota Corolla along I-25 near her home in Fort Lauderdale on Saturday morning when the crash occurred. Fishburne reportedly struck a Range Rover that had slowed down to avoid debris on the highway. Her vehicle sustained serious damage, but she, her passenger, and the driver of the vehicle she crashed into were unhurt.

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