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Raleigh police charge local man with DWI

Posted on March 4th, 2015 No Comments

Members of the Raleigh Police Department in North Carolina charged 40-year-old local Luis Servin with driving while impaired after he crashed off the roadway along the 6300 block of Buffaloe Road, WTVD-TV reported on February 21.

The single-vehicle crash occurred at around 3:40 a.m.

According to preliminary investigations made by police investigators, Servin was operating a 2008 Chevrolet pickup truck when he suddenly lost control of the wheel, causing his vehicle to jump off the roadway and crash into trees before eventually coming to a stop at an embankment. Servin was brought to WakeMed with allegedly serious injuries, although details of his condition were not reported.

Buffaloe Road was closed to public traffic for three hours while the police investigated the scene of the accident.

If you have been charged with driving while impaired in Raleigh, the defense attorneys at the Law Office of Jim Black may work diligently on your behalf for the reduction or altogether elimination of the charges against you. Call our offices at 919-600-4609 today to begin taking action to protect your future.

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