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wish i wouldnt tell people my husband is a cop while I am at work. gr.  But since he's working and I dont like to bother him at work I'll ask y'all and if your at work BE SAFE!


A co worker said her sisters hubby was OWI and caused an accident.  She said no charges have been brought but the driver to the non drunk driver was flown to hospital.  This all happened a month ago.  Supposedly the guy hasnt been charged with anything yet!  But said he has been staying with the wifes friend at night (dont ask thats just wrong anyways) because shes scared.  But he is worried the police are lookin for him.  Wants to know if she can be charged with aiding and embedding (sp) 

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Not enough information, but normally an OWI charge is made at the time of the accident unless the OWI driver is sent to the hospital.  Typically, the person suspected of OWI will have field sobriety tests and then either a breath test or blood draw to determine BAC (blood alcohol content).  All of this is necessary to to help establish an OWI charge.  If none of this was done (which is not the same as his refusing to do the tests), it is unlikely that any type of ex post facto OWI charge could be filed.  If the suspected OWI driver was sent to the hospital there would almost certainly have been a blood draw there.  Not knowing how the alledged OWI driver was handled on scene makes it impossible to answer your question.


Also the spelling you were looking for is 'abetting'

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Cedardale says ...


Not enough information, but normally an OWI charge is made at the time of the accident unless the OWI driver is sent to the hospital.  Typically, the person suspected of OWI will have field sobriety tests and then either a breath test or blood draw to determine BAC (blood alcohol content).  All of this is necessary to to help establish an OWI charge.  If none of this was done (which is not the same as his refusing to do the tests), it is unlikely that any type of ex post facto OWI charge could be filed.  If the suspected OWI driver was sent to the hospital there would almost certainly have been a blood draw there.  Not knowing how the alledged OWI driver was handled on scene makes it impossible to answer your question.


Also the spelling you were looking for is 'abetting'


If he's staying with her at night maybe it is embedding???

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Also abetting is not, " I was abetting at the casino and lost all my money."

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lmao csiguy.  too funny


 


yeah i gave all th einfo tat i know of.  they didnt do anythign on scene as of fields sobriety they took him to hosp but thats all.  but for him to be hiding out at her house he would know something.  the other guy that was air lifted still in hosp

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Another thought as to why he hasn't been charged yet: is the other driver still being in the hospital. If his injuries become fatal, they may be looking at a vehicular homicide type charge. If the drunk driver was taken to a hospital (as you said in your second post), the hospital most likely did a blood draw (as previously stated).


As for your original question about him hiding out at a female's house, that would depend entirely on if he has been charged. If he's got charges and is being sought, that would put her in a bad position. If she's that concerned, she should call the agency that handled the crash, and let them know where he is in the event they are looking for him. She shouldn't bother asking if he has warrants, most agencies won't tell over the phone (at least not around here).


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Agree with 36TR.


There are several possible senarios that come to mind.


He may be pending the results of his blood draw. If that was over a month ago, I doubt it, but anything is possible.


Depending on the seriousness of the injuries to anyone else in the crash, the prosecutor may be holding his cards until they know the seriousness of the charges.


The officer on scene did not recognize him as OWI and he got away with it.


The best advice I can give is for him to go to the Police Dept that investigated the crash and ask. Bad news does not get better with time. He just needs to man up.


 


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Cop's Wife:  Can a relative of somebody at work be charged with "Aiding and Embedding?"


Deputy Sheriff:


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Embedding is ok if the person is married.You can though get by with embedding roses in a garden.Or is that rows zez?

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haha guy did have a warrant.  he was hiding at her house.  He turned himself in last night.  Smart move on his part. But shouldnt of put himself in that situation. but to each  his own.

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Actually he shouldn't have put her in that situation, if the warrant is only for OWI he will probably be out soon if not already.

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Montana has a negligent assault statute for DUI related injuries and a similar statute for negligent homicide. It should up the number on the warrant a bit if the state he's in has a similar law.