They might want to install rubber bumpers in the garage of their new home

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Well … damn!

Yanina LaChance, who with her husband purchased Regis Philbin’s 6,000 sq.ft. house  at 38 Meeting House Road and are replacing it with a 13,500 square foot home of their own, was arrested for D.U.I. yesterday, her second such arrest in less than a month.

Yesterday’s crash occurred at 2:30 in the afternoon; her April 16th crash, on Stanwich Road, at 8:00. These are not good signs; maybe the construction isn’t going well?

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10 responses to “They might want to install rubber bumpers in the garage of their new home

  1. Mickster

    2.30pm on a Tuesday afternoon? Wow. The April case seems to have disappeared and the latest record seems to show that she’s being held on a $250k bond. That can’t be right. Unless she’s a real danger to herself and/or the community.

  2. AJ

    Some of these backcountry people need to hire a pool boy / driver / bartender.

  3. Walt

    Dude –

    A quick google image search for Yanina LaChance turns up this little hottie:

    Could that be her per chance? I don’t know, but I would like to think it is. We need more like this around town, and fewer blue haired Aunt Bea’s. And If it is her, I will gladly buy her a drink. And try to introduce Yanina to my weaner.

    But I am driving.
    Your Pal,
    Walt

  4. Anonymous

    What’s with Stanwich Road getting all the DUIs? It doesn’t even have a Merritt exit (yet)!

  5. yank her license before she kills someone

  6. Anonymous

    This women needs help!

  7. C'est Bon

    Yanina LeChance sounds like a name from NPR’s Car Talk. In their closing credits, their Risk Manager: Yanina LaChance who works for the law firm Dewey Cheatham and Howe. Better if her name is Yanita, but it still works.

  8. Anonymous

    Be careful on Stanwich- especially upper Stanwich where the speed limit is 25! Rediculous! I was stopped a few weeks ago going 42 (really not that fast). Fortunately it was a little too early for me to have started drinking (ha ha) 10:30am and I was on my way to Todds Point. The very nice cop let me go with a warning- (probably because I have such an engaging personality.) But beware, lots of cops petroling Stanwich for some reason.

    • Libertarian Advocate

      Petroling? Sounds dangerous. Do they pour the stuff out on the roadway to cause accidents on purpose?