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Man faces DWI charge in wrong-way wreck

Posted June 9, 2010

— A Cary man faces charges of driving while impaired after, police say, he drove the wrong way on N.C. Highway 54 late Tuesday, causing a wreck.

Police said that a car driven by Glenn Miller, 45, collided with a minivan at N.C. 54 and Northeast Maynard Road around 10:30 p.m. No one was injured.

Miller was impaired due to a prescription medication, police said.

He was charged with DWI, driving the wrong way down a divided highway, failure to reduce speed to avoid a collision and violating a driving restriction.


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  • wdweveryyear Jun 9, 2010

    Auto, guess you didn't get the picture you wanted eh

  • Eastern N.C. Native Jun 9, 2010

    Unfortunately Capt. Mercury, DWI is driving while subject to an impairing SUBSTANCE. I agree with you though. G.S. 20-138.1.

  • Capt Mercury Jun 9, 2010

    If DWI simply means "driving while impaired" regardless of what the impairment is, I think 10% of the drivers I saw on my way to work this morning should be arrested! I suspect mental impairment by natural causes in most cases. Anyone with a cell phone in one hand and a steering wheel in the other should be subject to DWI.

  • Eastern N.C. Native Jun 9, 2010

    I'm just waiting for someone to bash the police for charging this guy with DWI. They seem to be doing it on all the other articles.

  • Desiderata Jun 9, 2010

    Autonomooous173...where is YOUR PICTURE...you are sick! Glad all are ok, and yes, RX meds can have these kinds of effects..written warnings on labels..be careful!

  • autonomous173 Jun 9, 2010

    Please post a picture of this individual. This article is useless without a picture.

  • Rockermom Jun 9, 2010

    Nice. Glad no one was hurt.