Troopers Arrest Laurel Man for 7th Offense DUI

Bruce G. Williams
Bruce G. Williams (2012 photo)

Laurel– The Delaware State Police arrest a Laurel man for his 7th offense DUI after he was involved in a single motorcycle crash.

The incident occurred on Wednesday, August 1, 2018 at approximately 2:03 p.m., when Troopers were dispatched to a crash on County Seat Highway, east of Fire Tower Road.  Upon arrival to the scene, the Trooper located a subject laying on his side with his leg trapped in his moped.  While speaking with the operator, 54-year-old Bruce G. Williams Jr., an odor of alcohol was detected, and a DUI investigation ensued.

Williams was transported to the Laurel Police Department.  A computer check revealed that Williams had six previous DUI convictions, making this his seventh offense. Williams was charged with 7th Offense DUI After 6 Prior Offenses, Driving After Judgment Prohibited, Driving While Suspended or Revoked, Failure to Have Insurance Identification in Possession, Operation of an Unregistered Motor Vehicle, and Fictitious Tags.  He was arraigned before the Justice of the Peace Court 2 and committed to the Sussex Correctional Institution on $41,503.00 cash only bond.


5 thoughts on “Troopers Arrest Laurel Man for 7th Offense DUI

  1. Man he looks just like a little fella that always wore a baseball cap of some sort but drank a lot that I worked with years ago at Standard Register, but I thought he was from the Hebron area? Just can’t recall his name.


  2. How does a judge even consider bail for this fool. It is obvious that he has no intention to change. He will drive drunk again if he gets out. I don’t care what he is driving, it endangers others. Lock him up for a few years. Maybe, just maybe, he will be ready to get and stay sober. Or not drive.


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