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Laurel Man Arrested for 8th DUI After Crash

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William McGeehan, 42, Laurel (Mugshot from 10/2015, provided by DSP) William McGeehan, 42, Laurel (Mugshot from 10/2015, provided by DSP)

MILLSBORO, Del.- Delaware State Police have arrested a Laurel man and charged him with 8th offense DUI following a head-on crash near Millsboro.
 
Police said 42-year-old William McGeehan was driving on John J. Williams Highway just before midnight Saturday. As he approached the intersection of Layton Davis Drive, police said McGeehan drifted across the center line and hit another car head-on.

McGeehan, who was seat belted, was transported to the Beebe Medical Center. He sustained serious but non-life threatening injuries and was admitted, according to police. 
 
Troopers said the other driver, 22-year-old Olga Kilian of Millsboro, was transported to the Beebe Medical Center where she was treated for her minor injuries.
 
Police said McGeehan showed signs of being under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol. A DUI investigation ensued and a computer check also revealed he had seven previous DUI convictions, trooper said. 
 
Along with the felony DUI offense, McGeehan was also charged with second-degree vehicular assault - driving under the influence negligence causes, failure to have insurance in possession and failed to remain in single lane. 

He was committed to the custody of Sussex Correctional Institution on $12,101 cash bond. 

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