(October 15, 2018)- Cape Coral Police Department DUI Arrests for September 23 through October 5, 2018.
Officers responded to a hit and run crash involving three vehicles. The crash investigation revealed that Beal was driving the vehicle that was at-fault for the crash, and then left the scene. Since Beal showed signs of impairment, a DUI investigation was conducted. Beal refused field evlauations and was placed under arrest. While in custody, Beal made threats on an officer’s life numerous times. BREATH: Refused.
Officers responded to a female passed out in the 7-11 parking lot. Officers arrived and observed a Jacques-Louis passed out in the driver seat still in actual physical control of the vehicle. Obvious signs of impairment were observed and Ms. Jacques-Louis refused field evaluations. BREATH REFUSED.
Marmo drove up to a Cape Coral Police Officer and asked if he had his back pack. The officer detained Marmo because he did not have a valid driver’s license. Marmo also showed signs of impairment and a DUI investigation ensued. Marmo could not complete the field evaluations and was arrested for DUI having a BAC over .15 and driving with No Valid DL. BREATH: 0.167 / 0.174.
A traffic stop for violation of the “Move Over” law led to a DUI arrest. BREATH: 0.197 / 0.197.
A traffic stop was made on Escobar’s vehicle for erratic driving. She exhibited signs of impairment and performed field evaluations showing indicators of impairment. She was arrested for DUI and during an inventory cannabis and drug paraphernalia were located. BREATH: 0.102 / 0.104.
Officers responded to Seven Eleven where Santoyo was found passed out at the wheel of his running vehicle which was parked in the lot. Santoyo woke up and showed signs of impairment. A DUI investigation ensued and Santoyo could not complete the field evaluations. Santoyo was arrested for DUI. BREATH: Refused.
Officers responded to the report of a vehicle striking the building at McDonald’s and then a concrete post in the parking lot. Officers completed the crash investigation, during which time they observed signs of impairment. Field evaluations were administered, which she performed poorly. BREATH: 0.100 / 0.092.
Cape Coral Police responded to a three vehicle traffic crash and determined Carvajal was the at-fault driver. She exhibited signs of impairment and a DUI investigation was conducted. She performed the field evaluations poorly and was arrested for DUI and two counts of DUI with Property Damage. BREATH: Refused.
Cape Coral Police located the White Jr’s vehicle which was the subject of a reckless driver complaint and conducted a traffic for an equipment violation. During contact, a DUI investigation resulted in White’s arrest. BREATH: 0.164 / 0.164.
Cape Coral Police responded to a complaint of a sleeping driver stopped in the roadway at 1200 El Dorado Pkwy and discovered Contreras to be intoxicated. Marijuana was located inside his vehicle. A Drug Recognition Expert responded and completed a Drug Influence Evaluation and determined that Contreras was under the influence of alcohol and Cannabis. BREATH: 0.024 / 0.021.
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