DUIs cited after two-car crashTwo drivers were arrested for allegedly driving under the influence of drugs after a Friday crash, according to the Stutsman County Sheriff’s Office.
By: By Sun Staff, The Jamestown Sun
Two drivers were arrested for allegedly driving under the influence of drugs after a Friday crash, according to the Stutsman County Sheriff’s Office.
The accident happened at 8:11 p.m. at the intersection of 83rd Avenue and 33rd Street Southeast.
Brandon Buchanan, 21, 415 Fifth Ave. NW, was driving a 2005 Chevrolet southbound on 83rd Avenue. He came to the intersection and stopped at a stop sign.
Glenn Johnson, 64, 4348 Fourth Ave. NW, was driving a 1989 Ford southbound on 83rd Avenue approaching the intersection.
Johnson struck Buchanan.
Both Johnson and Buchanan claimed possible injuries and were wearing seat belts. Both were transported to medical facilities.
Buchanan’s passengers, Jamie Graves, 22, and Alisha Buchanan, 26, both Jamestown, each wore seat belts. Graves claimed a non-incapacitating injury.
Mary Copeland-Johnson, 58, Jamestown, was a passenger in Johnson’s vehicle. She was not wearing a seat belt and claimed a possible injury.
The four people with injuries were transported by ambulance to Jamestown Regional Medical Center.
There was an estimated $4,000 in damage to the Ford and an estimated $5,500 in damage to the Chevrolet.
Johnson and Buchanan were both cited for DUI (drugs). Johnson was also cited for care required.
The Jamestown Police Department also responded to the accident. It remains under investigation by the Stutsman County Sheriff’s Office.