OKC police say officer shortages means increased disparity between DUI arrests and alcohol-related fatalities

Data indicates fewer an ever-decreasing number of intoxicated drivers are arrested in Oklahoma City and statewide despite increases in fatalities. Advocacy groups blame lax legislation, lack of personal responsibility.

BY ZEKE CAMPFIELD Modified: January 5, 2013 at 10:37 pm •  Published: January 6, 2013
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Fatal car crashes involving alcohol or drugs have increased steadily in Oklahoma City at the same time drunken driving arrests have dropped significantly.

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