California: Lake County DUI arrest bookings for April 28, 2016

California: Lake County DUI arrest bookings for April 28, 2016

Nicholas Christopher Grosjean DUI arrest California Highway Patrol on 042316

California: Alex Rubio found guilty of DUI murder of Princess Almonidovar

Court documents state Rubio and Almonidovar were both driving under the influence

Alex Rubio drove into intersection DUI at 118 mph and killed a woman and fled. When found guilty of DUI murder he cried.

California: Juan Gabriel Rios found guilty of DUI manslaughter for killing

Deputy District Attorney Lauren Guber, who prosecuted the case, said in the late evening of Nov. 7, 2014, Rios was driving under the influence of alcohol when he attempted to enter the 10 Freeway and crashed into another vehicle near the Rosemead exit.

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California: Riverside County Sheriff’s Department reports Jose Luis Munoz-Magana charged with DUI after curb

The investigation determined Fulgenzi struck the victim with his vehicle then fled the scene without rendering aid. Officers also determined Fulgenzi was driving under the influence of alcohol at the time of the incident.

Melissa Alexandra Perez DUI arrest by Palm Desert Police 011416

California: Olivia J. Hawkins-Kepney of Los Banos said she was swerving on purpose when killing Brannae Martin; charged with DUI on marijuana

01/12/2016 — A Los Banos teenager was jailed Wednesday after investigators said she was swerving her vehicle “on purpose” while high on marijuana when the car overturned and her passenger was ejected and killed.

Olivia J. Hawkins-Kepney Merced County Sheriff’s Office DUI fatal 011216

California: Ex-debutante Kirsten Andereck busted for DUI when running down two kids in crosswalk

30-year-old Kirsten Andereck, a former debutante, was charged with four felonies Thursday including driving under the influence, causing great bodily injury, and child endangerment

Kristen Andereck DUI struck two kids in crosswalk SF Police on 110415

California: Sonoma District Attorney Jill Ravitch says Juan Banda Jr.’s felony DUI calls for lengthy prison term

District Attorney Ravitch stated, “Despite his young age, Banda is no stranger to the criminal justice system. His actions in this case and his past conduct completely justify a lengthy prison term.”

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