Virginia: Prince William County Police DWI arrests for June 6, 2017 thru July 6, 2017

Prince William County Virginia Police

Prince William County Police DWI arrests for June 6, 2017 thru July 6, 2017

ALVAREZ, DAVID ALBERTO 06/06/2017 00:00:00 M 23, 8505 LAGUNA CT ALEXANDRIA, VA 18.2-266 – 13-240 – DWI: 2ND OFF W/IN 5Y – 10Y – 90D, 18.2-250.1 – – DRUGS: POSSESS MARIJUANA, 2+ OFF – 35A, 54.1-3466 – – PARAPHERNALIA: UNAUTHORIZED

HALPRIN, JEFFERY ANDREW, 06/07/2017, 00:00:00 M, 49, 1662 DEVIL LN WOODBRIDGE, VA 18.2-266 – 13-240 – DWI: 1ST OFFENSE – 90D

MALDONADO MEJIA, MARCO  06/07/2017 00:00:00, M, 21, 14803 ALABAMA AVE WOODBRIDGE, VA 18.2-266 – 13-240 – DWI: 1ST OFFENSE – 90D

HOPSON, THOMAS ISAIAH 06/08/2017 00:00:00 M 33, 14508 EDDY CT CENTREVILLE, VA 18.2-266 – 13-240 – DWI: 1ST OFFENSE – 90D

JOHNSON, LANDRY JOSEPH 06/08/2017 00:00:00 M 37, 1704 OLD MILL CT ALEXANDRIA, VA 18.2-266 – 13-240 – DWI: 1ST OFFENSE – 90D, 18.2-268.3 – 13-242.2 – DWI: REFUSAL OF BLOOD OR BREATH TEST, 2 OFF – 90Z, 18.2-323.1 – – DRINKING WHILE DRIVING / OPEN CONTAINER- 90G

GORMAN, STEPHANIE A 06/09/2017 00:00:00 F 49, 658 SAN JUAN CT, LUSBY, MD 18.2-268.3 – 13-242.2 – DWI: REFUSAL OF BLOOD OR BREATH TEST, 1 OFF – 90Z, 18.2-268.3 – 13-242.2 – DWI: REFUSAL OF BLOOD OR BREATH TEST, 1 OFF – 90Z, 18.2-266 – 13-240 – DWI: 1ST OFFENSE – 90D, 18.2-268.3 – 13-242.2 – DWI: REFUSAL OF BLOOD OR BREATH TEST, 1 OFF – 90Z, 18.2-266 – 13-240 – DWI: 1ST OFFENSE – 90D, 18.2-388 – 16-14 – PROFANE SWEARING OR INTOXICATION IN PUBLIC – 90E

MCCLELLAN, REBECCA A 06/09/2017, 00:00:00 F, 62, 18990 POSSUM POINT RD DUMFRIES, VA 18.2-266 – 13-240 DWI: 2ND OFF W/IN 5Y – 10Y 90D

18.2-268.3 – 13-242.2 – DWI: REFUSAL OF BLOOD OR BREATH TEST, 2 OFF – 90Z

RUBIO-MEJIA, JOSE ALEXIS 06/09/2017 00:00:00 M, 24, 1519 FLORIDA AVE WOODBRIDGE, VA 18.2-266 – 13-240 – DWI: 1ST OFFENSE – 90D

 

AMON, CURTIS ANDREW 06/10/2017, 00:00:00 M, 51, 905 BROAD OAKS DR HERNDON, VA 18.2-266 – – DWI: 4+ OFF W/IN 10Y – 90D 46.2-391(D)(3) – – LIC REVOKED(DWI/MANSL): DR W/O LICENSE, 2+ OFF –

MORGAN, JEFFREY SCOTT 06/10/2017, 00:00:00, M, 51, 11201 GRIFFITH WAY, FREDERICKSBURG, VA 18.2-266 – 13-240 – DWI: 1ST OFFENSE – 90D

POLANCO RODRIGUEZ, FROILAN ANTONIO 06/10/2017 00:00:00 M 38 9805 BUCKNER RD MANASSAS, VA 18.2-266 – – DWI: 3RD OFF W/IN 5Y – 10Y – 90D

POLANCO RODRIGUEZ, FROILAN ANTONIO,06/10/2017 00:00:00 M 38 9805 BUCKNER RD MANASSAS, VA 18.2-272(A) – – DRIVING W/SUSPENDED LICENSE DWI: 3RD IN 10YRS

RODRIGUEZ ESCOGIDO, JUAN JESUS 06/10/2017 00:00:00 M 24 14509 BRANIFF CIR CHANTILLY, VA 46.2-894 – – HIT AND RUN: ATTENDED PROPERTY DAMAGE GREATER $1000 – 90Z, 18.2-266 – 13-240 – DWI: 1ST OFFENSE – 90D, 46.2-300 – 13-253 – LICENSE: DRIVE W/O –

SEGRES, RICHARD LEONARD, 06/10/2017 00:00:00 M 62 3510 POWELLS CROSSING CT WOODBRIDGE, VA 18.2-266 – 13-240 – DWI: 2ND OFF W/IN 5Y – 90D, 18.2-268.3 – 13-242.2 – DWI: REFUSAL OF BLOOD OR BREATHTEST, 1 OFF – 90Z

SWEET, CHRISTOPHER RUSSELL, 06/10/2017 00:00:00 M 42 10102 SACHS CT, FREDERICKSBURG, VA 18.2-266 – 13-240 – DWI: 1ST OFFENSE – 90D

WHALEY, BRANDON HENDRIX, 06/10/2017 00:00:00 M 21 5389 CEDARVILLE CT, HAYMARKET, VA 18.2-266 – 13-240 – DWI: 1ST OFFENSE – 90D

GALVEZ ORELLANA, MARLON EDUARDO, 06/11/2017 00:00:00 M 38 6614 QUANDER RD ALEXANDRIA, VA 18.2-266 – – DWI: 3RD OFF W/IN 5Y – 10Y – 90D

KAUR, SIMARANJIT, 06/11/2017 00:00:00 F 37 4562 GAVIN WOODS CT CATLETT, 18.2-266 – 13-240 – DWI: 1ST OFFENSE WITH CHILD – 90D, DWI: REFUSAL OF BLOOD OR BREATH TEST, 1 OFF – 90Z, 18.2-371.1(B) – – ABUSE/NEGLECT CHILD: RECKLESS DISREGARD FOR LIFE – 13A

LEE, RICHARD MATTHEW, 06/11/2017 00:00:00 M 30 12520 CANTER LN CATHARPIN, VA 18.2-266 – 13-240 DWI: 2ND OFF W/IN 5Y – 90D

MENTZER, WILLIAM RUSSELL, 06/11/2017 00:00:00 M 35 10610 AUTOMOTIVE DR RM 328 MANASSAS, VA 18.2-266 – 13-240 – DWI: 1ST OFF, BAC .15-.20% – 90D

MURCIA OLIVA, RIGOBERTO ROLANDO, 06/11/2017 00:00:00 M 23 167 HOLDEN DR MANASSAS, VA 46.2-896 – 13-438(B) – HIT AND RUN: DRIVER NO REPT, UNATT PROP DAMAG =GREATER $250 – 90Z18.2-266 – 13-240 – DWI: 1ST OFF, BAC .15-.20% – 90D, 46.2-896 – 13-438(B) – HIT AND RUN: DRIVER NO REPT, UNATT PROP DAMAG =GREATER $250 – 90Z, 18.2-266 – 13-240 – DWI: 1ST OFF, BAC .15-.20% – 90D

RIVERA-MARTINEZ, MARTIN LEONIDAS, 06/11/2017 00:00:00 M 34 13306 HILLENDALE DR WOODBRIDGE, VA 18.2-266 – 13-240 – DWI: 1ST OFF, BAC .15-.20% – 90D

GONZALEZ, ALEJANDRO BALDEMAR, 06/12/2017, 00:00:00 M, 24, 2203 MONTGOMERY AVE WOODBRIDGE, VA 18.2-266 – 13-240 – DWI: 1ST OFFENSE – 90D

HERNANDEZ, JOSE F, 06/12/2017 00:00:00 M 53 11201 CHATTERLY LOOP #302 MANASSAS, VA 18.2-266 – – DWI: 3RD OFF W/IN 5Y – 10Y – 90D

PEAK, CHRISTOPHER DALE 06/13/2017 00:00:00 M 35 11286 KESSLER PL MANASSAS, VA 18.2-268.3 – 13-242.2 – DWI: REFUSAL OF BLOOD OR BREATH TEST, 1 OFF – 90Z, 18.2-268.3 – 13-242.2 – DWI: REFUSAL OF BLOOD OR BREATH TEST, 1 OFF – 90Z18.2-266 – 13-240 – DWI: 1ST OFFENSE WITH CHILD – 90D

POLANCO RODRIGUEZ, FROILAN ANTONIO , 06/10/2017 00:00:00 M 38,9805 BUCKNER RD MANASSAS, VA 18.2-266 – – DWI: 3RD OFF W/IN 5Y – 10Y – 90D, 18.2-272(A) – – DRIVING W/SUSPENDED LICENSE DWI: 3RD IN 10YRS –

REYES, DIMAS , 06/25/2017 00:00:00 M 44 12790 TADWORTH PL WOODBRIDGE, VA 18.2-266 – 13-240 – DWI: 1ST OFFENSE – 90D

RIVERA-MARTINEZ, MARTIN LEONIDAS 06/11/2017 00:00:00 M 34 13306 HILLENDALE DR WOODBRIDGE, VA 18.2-266 – 13-240 – DWI: 1ST OFF, BAC .15-.20% – 90D

ROBERTSON, TAN DRIAKA DELISHA 06/25/2017 00:00:00 F 27, 16725 DIAMONDLEAF OAK LN WOODBRIDGE, VA 18.2-266 – 13-240 – DWI: 1ST OFFENSE – 90D

RODRIGUEZ ESCOGIDO, JUAN JESUS 06/10/2017 00:00:00 M 24 14509 BRANIFF CIR CHANTILLY, VA 46.2-894 – – HIT AND RUN: ATTENDED PROPERTY DAMAGE, GREATER $1000 – 90Z, 18.2-266 – 13-240 – DWI: 1ST OFFENSE – 90D, 46.2-300 – 13-253 – LICENSE: DRIVE W/O –

RUBIO-MEJIA, JOSE ALEXIS 06/09/2017 00:00:00 M 24 1519 FLORIDA AVE WOODBRIDGE, VA 18.2-266 – 13-240 – DWI: 1ST OFFENSE – 90D

SANTANA, GILBERTO MAGDALENO,  06/17/2017 00:00:00 M 36 UNKNOWN ADDRESS STERLING, VA 18.2-266 – 13-240 – DWI: 1ST OFF, BAC .15-.20% – 90D

SEGRES, RICHARD LEONARD 06/10/2017 00:00:00 M 62 3510 POWELLS CROSSING CT WOODBRIDGE, VA 18.2-266 – 13-240 – DWI: 2ND OFF W/IN 5Y – 90D, 18.2-268.3 – 13-242.2 – DWI: REFUSAL OF BLOOD OR BREATH TEST, 1 OFF – 90Z

SHELBY, BRETT CHRISTIAN 07/04/2017 00:00:00 M 20 15402 EWELLS MILL WAY WOODBRIDGE, VA 18.2-250(A)(A) – – DRUGS: POSSESS SCH I OR II – 35A, 18.2-266.1 – 13-240.1 – DWI: PERSON 21Y DRIVING W/ BAC, .02% TO .08% – 90D

SOLARES, YONATAN ARIEL 06/18/2017 00:00:00 M 24, 423 S MACON ST BALTIMORE, MD 18.2-266 – 13-240 – DWI: 1ST OFFENSE – 90D

SRIBLING JR. WAYNE HAYWOOD 07/02/2017 00:00:00 M 42, 8629 ASHBY CT MARSHALL, VA 18.2-250.1 – – DRUGS: POSSESS MARIJUANA, 2+ OFF – 35A, 18.2-266 – 13-240 – DWI: 1ST OFFENSE – 90D

SWARTZ, DYLAN JAMES 07/03/2017 00:00:00 M 20 3765 WIGAN DR WOODBRIDGE, VA 4.1-305(A) – – ALCOHOL: PURCH/POSSESS BY PERSON 21Y -90G, 18.2-266 – 13-240 – DWI: DRUGS, 1ST OFFENSE – 90D

SWEET, CHRISTOPHER RUSSELL 06/10/2017 00:00:00 M 42, 10102 SACHS CT FREDERICKSBURG, VA 18.2-266 – 13-240 – DWI: 1ST OFFENSE – 90D

TARKENTON, ADAM BLAKE 06/19/2017 00:00:00 M 32, 7826 GATESHEAD LN MANASSAS, VA 18.2-266 – 13-240 – DWI: 1ST OFFENSE – 90D

06/16/2017 00:00:00 F 29 TILLMAN, GERMANY MIANCA 5815 RUSSETT LEAF CT WOODBRIDGE, VA 18.2-266 – – DWI: 3RD OFF W/IN 5Y – 10Y – 90D, 18.2-272(A) – – DRIVING W/SUSPENDED LICENSE DWI: 3RD IN 10YRS -18.2-266 – – DWI: 3RD OFF W/IN 5Y – 10Y – 90D, 18.2-272(A) – – DRIVING W/SUSPENDED LICENSE DWI: 3RD IN 10YRS –

TREJO-LOPEZ, ARTURO 06/29/2017 00:00:00 M 23, 14940 LADY MADONNA CT CENTREVILLE, VA 18.2-266 – 13-240 DWI: 1ST OFFENSE WITH CHILD – 90D, 40.1-103 – – LABOR/CUSTODY: ENDANGER/CRUELLY TREAT CHILD – 90Z

TURNER, AMANDA WADE 06/16/2017 00:00:00 F 37, 3182 ARROWHEAD CT WOODBRIDGE, VA 18.2-266 – 13-240 – DWI: 1ST OFFENSE WITH CHILD – 90D

UNDERWOOD, ROBERT JOSEPH 06/14/2017 00:00:00 M 31, 13276 QUEENSDALE DR WOODBRIDGE, VA 18.2-266 – – DWI: 3RD OFF W/IN 5Y – 10Y – 90D

VELASQUEZ, JOSE RIGOBERTO 06/30/2017 00:00:00 M 41, 13015 KINGSWELL DR WOODBRIDGE, VA 18.2-266 – – DWI: 3RD OFF W/IN 5Y – 90D, 18.2-272(A) – – DRIVING W/SUSPENDED LICENSE DWI: 3RD IN 10YRS -18.2-460(A) – 16-5 – OBSTRUCT JUSTICE: W/O THREATS/FORCE – 90Z

WALLER, MARK ANTHONY,  07/01/2017 00:00:00 M 33 5290 HILLSIDE DR WARRENTON, VA 18.2-250(A)(A) – – DRUGS: POSSESS SCH I OR II – 35A, 18.2-266 – 13-240 – DWI: 1ST OFFENSE – 90D, 18.2-268.3 – 13-242.2 – DWI: REFUSAL OF BLOOD OR BREATH TEST, 1 OFF – 90Z

WHALEY, BRANDON HENDRIX 06/10/2017 00:00:00 M 21, 5389 CEDARVILLE CT HAYMARKET, VA 18.2-266 – 13-240 – DWI: 1ST OFFENSE – 90D,

FAA certified aircraft mechanic Curtis Amon, who works on jets, busted in Prince William for 4th DWI within ten years

 

MANASSAS, VA. — Prince William County Police report the arrest of Curtis Andrew Amon for DWI on June 10, 2017, a fourth such arrest within ten years. With his driver’s permit revoked for earlier arrests, including being arrested for DWI while being ordered to use an ignition interlock, Amon was performing key aircraft airframe and engine work and inspections for various Northern Virginia charter aircraft firms.

AMON, CURTIS ANDREW 06/10/2017, 00:00:00 M, 51, 905 BROAD OAKS DR HERNDON, VA 18.2-266 – – DWI: 4+ OFF W/IN 10Y – 90D 46.2-391(D)(3) – – LIC REVOKED(DWI/MANSL): DR W/O LICENSE, 2+ OFF –

According to his Facebook page, Amon has been working at a charter aircraft firm based in Manassas, Va., which charters small jets and twin-engine aircraft.

According to Virginia Court records in Prince William County, Curtis Andrew Amon, of Oakton, Va., was charged in Fairfax County General District Court with DWI 1st. on Nov. 14, 2010.  On Jan. 25, 2011, Amon was found guilty. He was sentenced to 30 days in jail and his driver’s license was suspended for one year with the restriction period to terminate on Jan. 24, 2012. License Is Restricted To Use To And From Work, License Is Restricted To Use To And From ASAP Meetings, License Is Restricted To Use For Medically Necessary Travel , Transport Minor Child , Court Ordered Visitation , To And From Court Ordered Facility. Court records show he was fined $300 with courts costs of $182.00.

Amon was charged with DWI 2nd offense within five years, with a blood alcohol reading over .20% on Oct. 4, 2011 – while his driver’s license was suspended for the earlier DWI. On April 30, 2012, Amon was found guilty in Fairfax County District Court and was sentenced to 90 days in jail and given unsupervised probation. Seventy-five days of the jail sentence was suspended.  Amon’s driver’s permit was suspended for three years with restrictions that allowed him to drive for medical appointments, to and from court ordered facilities, to and from work and all the time with ignition interlock. The restriction end date was set for April 29, 2015.  A fine of $500 was ordered as part of the plea deal.

According to Amon’s LinkedIn profile, he asserts in his resume that he is an FAA licensed airframe and power plant mechanic, at the same time that the Commonwealth of Virginia restricted his ability to drive motor vehicles on Virginia highways.  The FAA also lists him as an licensed mechanic.

  • FAA Licensed Airframe and Power Plant Mechanic with over 13 years of experience working on jet, turboprop and piston aircraft.
  • Seven years extensive experience maintaining jet and turboprop aircraft for a National Air Carrier.
  • Six years General Aviation specializing in annual inspections, major repairs and modifications of airframes and power plants on customers private aircraft.
  • Excellent troubleshooting ability with proven track record.

Amon listed the following on his LinkedIn profile as his recent work history:

A&P Mechanic

Dates Employed: Oct 2013 – Present
Employment Duration: 3 yrs. 10 mos.

Location: Manassas, VA

Responsible for performing annual inspections, phase checks, and unscheduled troubleshooting and repairs on Cessna Citation, Beechcraft KingAir and Piper turboprop aircraft as well as various GA piston aircraft.

Inspector, Airframe & Power Plant Mechanic

Dates Employed: Mar 2006 – Jan 2012 Employment Duration: 5 yrs. 11 mos.

Location: Manassas, VA

Responsible for conducting annual inspections, troubleshooting and repairs on single engine and light twin general aviation aircraft including Beechcraft, Mooney, Piper; specializing in Cirrus, Cessna, and Socata maintaining a strong focus on quality workmanship and customer service. Ensure work performed by other mechanics meet standards of approved data and properly documented for return to service of customer aircraft. Complete records, warranty documentation, and meet face to face with customers to discuss estimates and explain repairs.

The FAA lists Curtis Andrew Amon as a qualified aircraft mechanic.

CURTIS ANDREW AMON, Certificates: MECHANIC

Certificate: MECHANIC Date of Issue: 8/1/2005

Ratings: MECHANIC, AIRFRAME, POWERPLANT

THE FAA AND ALCOHOL

The following guidelines were issued by the FAA in regard to Pilots. While it may be logical to figure that aircraft mechanics are just as important to aircraft safety, the FAA rules apply to pilots only in regard to alcohol.

Hard Facts and Erratic Effects

Alcohol is a sedative, hypnotic, and an addicting drug that quickly impairs judgment and leads to behavior that can easily contribute to, or cause, accidents. Its toxic effects, which vary considerably from person to person, are influenced by gender, body weight, rate of consumption (time), and total amount consumed. Consider these facts:

  • The average healthy person eliminates pure alcohol at a fairly constant rate—about 1/3 to 1/2 ounces of pure alcohol per hour.
  • Even after complete elimination of all of the alcohol from the body, there are undesirable effects—hangover—that can last 48 to 72 hours following the last drink. Symptoms commonly associated with a hangover are headache, dizziness, dry mouth, stuffy nose, fatigue, upset stomach, irritability, impaired judgment, and increased sensitivity to bright light. A pilot with these symptoms would certainly not be fit to safely operate an aircraft.

Alcohol and Aviation

The majority of adverse effects produced by alcohol relate to the brain, eyes, and inner ear— three crucial organs to a pilot.

  • Brain effects include impaired reaction time, reasoning, judgment, and memory.
  • Visual symptoms include eye muscle imbalance, which leads to double vision and difficulty focusing.
  • Inner ear effects include dizziness and decreased hearing perception.

Pilots have shown impairment in their ability to perform even routine VFR flight tasks while under the influence of alcohol, regardless of individual flying experience. The number of serious errors dramatically increases as your blood alcohol level goes up. Some studies have shown diminished pilot performance with blood alcohol concentrations as low as 0.025 percent. If other variables (e.g., sleep deprivation, fatigue, medication use, altitude hypoxia, or flying at night or in bad weather) are present, the negative effects are significantly magnified.

Regulations and Recommendations

The use of alcohol and drugs by pilots is regulated by Title 14 Code of Federal Regulations section 91.17: No person may operate or attempt to operate an aircraft within eight hours of having consumed alcohol, while under the influence of alcohol, or with a blood alcohol content of 0.04 percent or greater. A more conservative approach is to wait 24 hours from the last use of alcohol before flying.

This is especially true if intoxication occurred or if you plan to fly IFR. Also, consider the effects of a hangover. Eight hours from “bottle to throttle” does not mean you are in the best physical condition to fly or that your blood alcohol concentration is below the legal limits. Time is the only real solution and, ideally, every pilot should strive for total avoidance of alcohol in planning or accomplishing a flight. Lives are at risk if you drink and fly.

 

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