Arlington man sought after deadly Dumfries drunk driving crash
DUMFRIES. Va. - The Prince William County police are looking for an Arlington man who was allegedly driving drunk when he collided with another driver in Dumfries, killing him.
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They say John William Harris, 54, is wanted for involuntary manslaughter and driving without a license.
Harris is a white male, who is 5-foot-11 and 180 pounds. He was described as having blue eyes and red hair.
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According to police, Harris’ BAC was over the legal limit when during the crash that took the life of 54-year-old Dennis Alan Davidson.
Police also found alcohol in Harris’ vehicle after the crash in the area of Country Club Drive and Dumfries Road.
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A third driver – who has not been identified – suffered what police described as minor injuries.
If you can help police find Harris, call (703) 792-7000 or submit a tip via the web at pwcva.gov/policetip.