OUID

(redirected from Operating Under the Influence of Drugs)
AcronymDefinition
OUIDOperating Under the Influence of Drugs
OUIDOrganization Unique Identifier
OUIDOrganisation Unit Identifier (UK income tax)
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23, 2013, no operation of a motor vehicle for six months, $50 victim witness assessment; operating under the influence of drugs, not guilty.
Bouthiller, 49, of 17 Fairfield St., first floor, Webster, marked lanes violation, dismissed prior to arraignment; unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, dismissed prior to arraignment; negligent operation of a motor vehicle, dismissed prior to arraignment; operating under the influence of drugs, dismissed prior to arraignment.
The thief was taken into custody in Utah for operating under the influence of drugs and released; the probation officer was notified.
3, Worcester, use of a motor vehicle without authority, guilty, 34 days in the House of Correction, credit for 34 days; operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, guilty, filed; negligent operation of a motor vehicle, guilty, filed; operating under the influence of drugs, guilty, 34 days in the House of Correction, credit for 34 days, concurrent; failure to drive in the right lane, dismissed, merged; speeding, dismissed, merged.
Early has sat with people who lost loved ones to drivers operating under the influence of drugs. Those conversations resonate in his head, he said.
Jose Berto Rivera, 28, of 16 Catherine St., Apt 1R, Worcester, charged with resisting arrest, carrying a dangerous weapon, operating under the influence of liquor or .08 percent, failure to stop, failure to stop or yield, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, possession of cocaine with the intent to distribute, marked lanes violation, speeding and operating under the influence of drugs, continued to May 6.
Deoliveira, 22, of 110 Boston Post Road, Marlboro, speeding, responsible, filed; unlicensed operation, guilty, $100 fine; negligent operation, dismissed; operating under the influence of drugs, guilty, $500 fine, $125 surfine, $50 victim witness assessment.
by officers Chris Cornelius and Earle Cadoret and charged with operating under the influence of liquor, fourth offense, operating under the influence of drugs, leaving the scene after personal injury, operating a motor vehicle negligently to endanger, operating a motor vehicle after license suspended, subsequent offense, marked lanes violation, failure to keep right, disturbing the peace and resisting arrest.
and charged with operating under the influence of drugs, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, special regulation speeding violation and possession of a class B drug.
by Officer Michael O'Malley and charged with speeding in violation of special regulation, operating under the influence of drugs, possession of a Class D with intent to distribute and possession of a Class D substance.
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