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“Ultimate Survivor Alaska” Star Flees From Hospital to Avoid Felony Theft and DUI Charges

“Ultimate Survivor Alaska” Star Flees From Hospital to Avoid Felony Theft and DUI Charges

Talk about survival skills…  After being crushed in a serious car accident Ultimate Survivor Alaska star, Tyler Johnson somehow convinced hospital staff to quickly write-up discharge papers so he could flee the hospital and escape from cops and the criminal charges of theft and DUI.

According to police reports, a few weeks ago Johnson had been drinking alcohol in Anchorage Alaska  when he decided to steal a car.  He took it on a drunken joy ride and then lost control, causing the car to flip.  Johnson wasn’t wearing his seatbelt and he was thrown through the front windshield.  Later he was found pinned under the car and was rushed to the nearest hospital.  Knowing that he had broken the law, Johnson went into survival mode… he must have been ignoring his serious bodily injuries while trying to convince the hospital staff he was fine, healthy, and ready to leave.  No average person would try to leave a hospital after being catapulted out a windshield and pinned under a car.  Johnson obviously was not your average person, because the extreme survivalist was granted the discharge and he was out before the police could grab him.

While on Ultimate Survival Alaska a reality show produced by National Geographic, Tyler Johnson was part of the Mountaineers Team and was said to have, “pioneered new ski descents and new ice climbing routes in Alaska.”  He is, “an expert in, among other things, ice climbing, ski mountaineering, and civil engineering.”

It could be very possible that Johnson is now surviving somewhere high in the Alaska Mountains, still hiding from the law.  If caught by police, Tyler Johnson would likely be facing charges of felony theft, DUI, and eluding law enforcement.

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Written by Sarah Ann

“I don’t believe I am guilty of the charge (DUI)” – FL State Rep. Dane Eagle

“I don’t believe I am guilty of the charge (DUI)” – FL State Rep. Dane Eagle

Republican Florida State Representative, Dane Eagle, was arrested for DUI (Driving Under the Influence) on April 21st.  Earlier today, Eagle had a media conference where he addressed his constituents about his DUI arrest and stated, ” I don’t believe I am guilty of the charge I was arrested for.”  He continued to elaborate on his innocence by providing a persuasive account of events that happened before the arrest.

Eagle recalls the evening before his arrest as Easter Sunday spent with friends and family, “and the day did involve alcohol.”  However, he only had “very few” alcohol beverages and they were consumed earlier that day, “I do admit to drinking a few drinks much earlier in the day before.  But that evening I did not.”  Later, around 2 am, Eagle drove to Taco Bell, “the only place I knew to be open,” and Eagle said he was, “overly exhausted and hungry.”

Eagle continued by saying,  “There are two noteworthy points to address. First I should have never been out in the early morning hours, driving on very little sleep and trying to eat the food I just purchased all at the same time. That kind of distracted driving is dangerous and I thank god no one was hurt. Second, the officer had every right to pull me over because of my driving. While I dispute his conclusions, I do not dispute that I was driving recklessly and had poor judgment in refusing the breath test.”

And finally, “I should have never put myself in this situation and I regret not taking the breath test because it would have cleared up this whole matter,” he said. “I’m not asking you to look past the mistake I made but asking you to understand that I will use this to learn and to grow. I will make this up to you.”

Dane Eagle provides a very convincing recollection of events preceding his DUI arrest.  He takes a strong position that he was not under the influence of alcohol but he admits and takes responsibility for making an unwise decision for driving recklessly.  Could his explanation be persuasive enough to convince a jury panel of his innocence should his DUI case go to trial, perhaps so.

The Tallahassee police reported Eagle was pulled over at 2:17 in the morning after he exited a Taco Bell drive thru and almost hit a curb while making a U-turn followed by running a red light.  Allegedly, police could smell strong odors of alcohol coming from his car and Eagle’s eyes were blood-shot and watery.  Also, police observed stumbling while Eagle exited his vehicle.  Eagle declined the DUI field sobriety tests and refused to take the portable breath test.  Eagle explained to the arresting officer that he had not been drinking that night and that his car smelled of alcohol because his friends who had consumed alcohol were recently been in the car, and lastly the stoplight was yellow when he proceeded to drive thru it, not red.

Who’s story is more believable?  State Rep. Dane Eagle’s DUI case may be transpiring into a classic “he said, she said” case, meaning if the case goes to trial it may be Eagle’s testimony vs. the arresting officer’s testimony to determine Eagle’s DUI guilt or innocence.  And if so… may the best speaker win!


Written by Sarah Ann

Lamar Odom Faces Alcohol and Drug DUI Charge

Lamar Odom Faces Alcohol and Drug DUI Charge

Lamar Odom’s life seems to spiraling out of control due to drug addictions and now he’s added a DUI charge to the chaos.

The 6’10” NBA star and husband to Khloe Kardashian, Lamar Odom, has recently been headlining celebrity news with his concealed two year addiction to crack cocaine.  His marriage to Khloe has taken a toll and now possibly his NBA career may be ending.  With all the negative media attention, the L.A. Clippers decided not to resign Odom for another season despite his successful performance on the court last year.  Now to make matters worse, Lamar was pulled over early friday morning by California State Patrol and was charged with driving under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol.

According the police officers, Odom was driving in a “serpentine manner” (too slow) on the 101 Freeway.  When officers approached Lamar’s Mercedes SUV, they smelled heavy odors of alcohol on Odom’s breath and observed behaviors consistent with heavy drug use.  Lamar failed multiple DUI field sobriety tests and refused to take any DUI breath tests.  The NBA player was arrested, taken to jail, and charged with DUI.

Because Lamar  refused the DUI breath test machine at the police station, his CA driver’s license was automatically suspended for one year.  Lamar has already been spotted by paparazzi ducking down in the back of a taxi cab, most likely heading home after spending a few hours in jail.

Lamar’s life is a little messy right now, hopefully he will get his situation cleaned up and straightened out.  For starters he should hire a solid DUI criminal defense attorney to contest his DUI charge.


Written by S.O