(July 13, 2018) - The Cape Coral Police Department made six DUI arrests between July 3-12, 2018. Below is the information on these arrests:
A CCPD Patrol officer witnessed Heiss' vehicle cross three lanes of traffic and hit the curbed center median near the 2200 block of Del Prado Boulevard South. The officer stopped Heiss and discovered he was impaired. Heiss performed poorly on field sobriety exercises and refused to submit breath. He was transported to the Lee County Jail. BAC%: Refused.
Steinhoff was stopped by a CCPD Patrol officer at the 3000 block of Del Prado Boulevard South for an equipment violation. Upon making contact with Steinhoff, the officer smelled an overwhelming odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from Steinhoff. Steinhoff performed poorly on field sobriety exercises and was arrested. Steinhoff was also found to be in possession of a small amount of marijuana and a “one hitter” pipe. BAC%: Refused.
A CCPD Patrol officer along with their officer trainee stopped Lundstrom at the 4000 block of Del Prado Boulevard South for unlawful speed. Lundstrom showed signs of impairment; a DUI investigation ensued and Lundstrom could not complete the field sobriety tasks. Lundstrom was arrested and transported to the Lee County Jail. BAC%: .313 / .312
A CCPD Patrol officer located a vehicle stopped at a green light with a turn signal on at the intersection of Hancock Bridge Parkway and SW Pine Island Road. The officer found Smith passed out behind the wheel with the engine running. Smith refused to participate in any field sobriety exercises or a breath test, and was transported to the Lee County Jail. BAC%: Refused.
A CCPD Patrol officer observed Gretz driving erratically, drifting on and off the roadway at the 1500 block of Diplomat Parkway West. Contact was made with Gretz, who was slurring his words and was difficult to understand. Gretz performed poorly on field sobriety exercises and was placed under arrest. He was transported to the Lee County Jail. BAC%: Refused.
Officers responded to an SOS activation from OnStar for a white Infinity vehicle. An officer located the Infinity driving extremely slow. A traffic stop on the vehicle led to contact with Rome and a DUI investigation. Rome refused to participate in field sobriety exercises but did submit to a breath test. She was transported to the Lee County Jail. BAC%: .172 / .171
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