Quinzy Fraser was the driver in last Friday's bike fatality. Officers reportedly smelled alcohol on his breath. Pulled up from the comments.
Maryland public court records shows priors: DUI, DUI, Driving While Impaired by Alcohol, Failure to Control Speed to Avoid an Accident - and some reference to motor vehicle bodily injury and failure to appear for sentencing that resulted in a warrant request. Charges for this most recent case include resisting arrest and assaulting a law enforcement officer.
If this is all accurate, then it's unfortunate that this man never got the help he needed.
And here is more information from the Gazette.
Fraser, 34, refused a Breathalyzer test at the scene and was taken to a hospital for a blood sample, according to Starks. Fraser resisted attempts to draw blood at the hospital and got into an altercation with police. Results of the test are expected within several weeks.
Maryland law allows police to require a blood test after a fatal traffic collision if there is reason to believe the driver is under the influence of alcohol, Starks said.
Update: Fraser is a former University of Maryland football player