Skip to comments.ABC News Anchor Sam Donaldson Arrested For DUI In Lewes
Posted on 12/19/2012 10:27:52 AM PST by mandaladon
A former network reporter was recently arrested for DUI here at the beach.
Former ABC News political reporter Sam Donaldson was pulled over on Savannah Road by Lewes Police on December 1 for a traffic violation. An officer says that hed been drinking. Donaldson failed field sobriety tests, and was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol. Hes been scheduled for a court appearance at a later date.
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Say it isn't so .... the King of the Uni-Brows driving drunk.
Time to ban cars for everyone...for the children.
Delaware beaches are some of the worst places to drive drunk, especially in winter with nothing else to do. Basically its speeding and DUIs for revenue generation.
So true.... and don’t get caught doing 26 m.p.h in the 25 m.ph. zone on coastal highway in Bethany Beach.
Which rug was he wearing? Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday of the festive rainbow weekend one?
All in the name of safety...nothing to do with generating revenue.
Didn’t Sam get a government-issued car and driver in his retirement package as a reward for his loyal service? :)
They have a tiny tiny stretch of I95 and they toll it. It's 4 or 5 bucks to go 20 measly miles and loaded with speed traps.
Other states have hundreds of miles of I95 without any tolls. But Delaware thinks it's entitled to soak everyone. It is highway robbery.
Is the title “network reporter” close enough in importance to be allowed “trial as celebrity”?
Delaware shouldn’t even be a state anymore.
I’m in lovely Wilmington, DE right now.
To paraphrase Joe Biden, Delaware is a big f***ing deal!
Nah, his hair piece has a chin strap...
I wonder if Jack “Hit’n’Run” Cafferty will mention this?
Trying to keep the help from murdering each other on your ranch is enough to drive a man to drink.
All toll roads are highway robbery. I’m so glad we don’t have them out west (well except California, but who would go there intentionally)
It’s amazing really, some of the highways out west are engineering marvels. Through canyons, over mountains, across deserts, through some beautiful scenery. Some of the bridges are master pieces. Yet they only cost your fuel tax. Meanwhile across the midwest perfectly straight across flat lands cost tolls aplenty. The skyway bridge outside of chicago is a short bridge, extremely ugly, and perpetually under construction, but it costs 3.50 each way (really?)
“And how many children are killed each year by drunk drivers?”
I don’t know, but it’s time for us to have a serious national conversation about restricting automatic transmissions.
None taken. :)