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Diaz was driving recklessly in the parking lot, according to a witness, when he collided into a very large palm tree in front of JC Penney. Diaz did not sustain any injuries. Diaz was arrested and booked into the Riverside County Jail on suspicion of driving under the influence of drugs, and for possession of brass knuckles. The driver of the Lexus, Timothy Hogan, age 25 from Palm Desert, was found to be driving his vehicle while under the influence of an alcoholic beverage. Timothy Hogan was taken to a local hospital for medical clearance and later booked into Riverside County Jail in the city of Indio for driving while intoxicated.
Webb’s car was traveling over 130 mph when it slammed into the car in which Collins was a passenger at the intersection of Main and Empire streets in Bloomington, according to police.
Despite all of the monsters and creatures roaming the city’s neighborhoods while Trick-or-Treating, they’re far from the scariest people on the roads during Halloween. Drunk drivers put themselves and others at risk of injury, death, and arrest after getting behind the wheel after drinking too much. Halloween events and parties throughout the area only add to the problem of drunk driving. In 2013, there were 34 DUI arrests made in Kent County between October 25th and November 3rd. The Dover Police Department will be deploying extra officers on Halloween night and throughout the weekend, as well as asking patrol officers to enhance DUI enforcement efforts during this time in order to help keep our roadways safe. The following statistics and tips were provided by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA):
The driver of the Toyota, Lucia Johanna Salas, age 37 of Coachella, was arrested for suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol/and or drugs and taken to a local area hospital as a precaution prior to being booked into the county jail in Indio.
Monthly DWI Arrests DWI’s January 2014 Arrest Charge Statute Crime Code Description Arrest Date And […]