August 20, 2019
I doubt his drunkenness is all that relevant.
Blacks do this sort of thing constantly even when sober.
An Onalaska man has been charged with homicide by intoxicated use of a vehicle for a crash that killed two people in Sauk County last October.
A criminal complaint filed Monday says 67-year-old Albart Shores was driving a car that collided with an SUV on Interstate 90/94 in the town of Delton. Shores is facing 12 felony charges.
The SUV’s 60-year-old driver, David Howe, and a 56-year-old passenger, Scot Miller, were killed in the collision. Shores has four previous convictions for drunken driving and one for operating with prohibited alcohol concentration.
David Howe, left, and Scot Miller.