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[SIZE=7]Lake Worth police arrest bartender, charged with overserving a man who drove drunk, killed Euless detective[/SIZE]
Euless Police Department Detective Alex Cervantes was killed after a drunk driver crashed into his vehicle.

https://www.wfaa.com/article/news/crime/lake-worth-police-arrest-bartender-charged-overserving-man-killing-euless-detective/287-caba4846-2c33-44bf-b496-9fb8dec09589?fbclid=IwAR1ux2U-RDRqerorHazXS4szbLsxX9K0jHc_O7yce6dhI6u7p9tCe6nLc70

LAKE WORTH, Texas — Editor’s note: Above video previously aired after Dylan Molina’s sentencing.

Lake Worth police arrested a bartender accused of overserving a man, who drove drunk and killed a Euless police officer and injured his wife and two children.

Police said while investigating the death, detectives obtained evidence indicating the suspect in Euless Detective Alex Cervantes’ death,

Dylan Molina (who was 26 at the time), was overserved by 26-year-old Cala Richardson, a bartender at a Fuzzy’s Taco Shop in Lake Worth.

Police also said Richardson’s TABC server’s license was expired at the time she served Molina.

Richardson turned herself into the Parker County Sheriff’s Office and was released after posting a $1,000 bond, police said.

She is charged with one count of sale to certain persons, a class A misdemeanor which can carry up to 1 year in jail and a $4,000 fine.
“Like most serious alcohol-related crashes, this case has devastated an entire family,” Euless Police Chief J.T. Manoushagian said in a statement.
“Today’s arrest fulfills a commitment we made early on – and that was to fully investigate this senseless crime and hold those responsible accountable.”

Molina, police said, ran a red light and struck Cervantes’ vehicle broadside last November, killing him and leaving his wife and two children critically injured.

At the time of the crash, Molina’s blood alcohol concentration was twice the legal limit.

Molina pleaded guilty Jan. 30, police said, and was sentenced to 15 years in prison.

The sale of alcohol to a drunk person is forbidden by the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Code.

No other arrests are expected in this case, police said, but TABC’s administrative investigation is ongoing.

Same bastard as the ‘three blind mice!’

meffi laws.

The bartender would countersue and cost taxpayers millions of dollars in damages.

Countersue who?

That means the person was drunk to the infinite power. They never charge unless it’s completely obvious.

It is in the laws of Kenya too. Bonobos don’t enforce laws until they think they are non-existent.