(November 30, 2018)- Cape Coral Police DUI arrests November 18 through December 8, 2018.
Cape Coral Police stopped Compton for driving with an equipment violation. While making contact with Compton, he would only roll his driver side window down 2 inches. Since the window tint on Compton’s vehicle was too dark to see inside, the officer asked Compton to exit the vehicle for officer safety. Compton was extremely uncooperative and refused several orders to exit the vehicle. Compton was later removed from the vehicle. In Compton’s lap, was a cigarette pack that fell onto the ground that contained a baggie of cocaine. Inside of Compton’s vehicle officers located a large sheathed knife and a “billyclub” hidden in between the driver’s seat and the center console. Compton also exhibited signs of impairment. BREATH: Refused.
Cape Coral Police responded to a single vehicle traffic crash. The driver, Ilian Maldonado De La Cruz, showed signs of impairment. A DUI investigation ensued, and De La Cruz could not complete the field evaluations. She was arrested and transported to Cape Coral Police Department for the breath test. BREATH: 0.147 / 0.152.
Cape Coral Police were investigating an incident when Sosa pulled up in a car. The officer saw signs of impairment and started a DUI investigation. Sosa performed poorly of the field evaluations and was arrested. BREATH: 0.000. A Drug Recognition Expert responded and completed a drug influence evaluation finding him to be impaired by drugs.
Cape Coral Police stopped the vehicle Wong-Canovas was driving for speeding. Upon contact the officer observed signs of impairment and a DUI investigation ensued. Wong-Canovas performed the field evaluations poorly and was arrested for DUI. BREATH: 0.165 / 0.163.
Officers were on scene of a call for service where Barker was witnessed exiting his vehicle. Upon contact with Barker he showed signs of impairment and he was asked to participate in field evaluations in which he performed poorly. He was arrested for DUI. BREATH: 0.207 / 0.195.
Cape Coral Police stopped Calderon for not maintaining a single lane and during the stop Calderon proceeded forward drifting into another lane then up over a curb in the parking lot, where his vehicle came to a final stop. Upon contact, Calderon exhibited signs of impairment. and was asked to participate in field evaluations which he performed poorly. BREATH: 0.201 / 0.205.
Cape Coral Police responded to the report of a traffic crash where it was discovered that Hookers’ vehicle had left the roadway over the median and struck a parked car and came to final rest in the front yard of a residence. Upon contact with Hooker he showed signs of impairment so a DUI investigation was initiated. BREATH: Refused.
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