(July 7, 2019) - The Cape Coral Police Department hosted a multi-jurisdictional DUI Checkpoint in the 800 block of Cape Coral Parkway East on July 6th, 2019. The checkpoint started at 10:30 pm and ended at 4:30 am. The results are listed below.
The easiest way to not get a DUI is to NOT drive impaired. If you are going out to partake in adult beverages, designate a sober driver or utilize an alternate form of transportation: Uber, Lyft, taxi, bus, etc. Don’t take the chance of ruining a life, including your own.
Michael Mayers was stopped for a violation of the Move Over Act. Mayers showed signs of impairment. After performing poorly on field sobriety exercises, he was arrested for DUI. After being arrested, Mayers was found to have cocaine on him. Mayers offered the arresting officer money to let him go. After the officer refused to take the bribe, Mayers began to threaten the officer. BAC%: Refused.
Kori Frank entered the Cape Coral DUI Checkpoint, where she was interviewed by Ofc. Barkley who saw signs of impairment. Frank was then walked to the field sobriety area. After Frank performed poorly on the field sobriety exercises, Frank was arrested for DUI. BAC%: REFUSED
Sheaundra Bautista entered the Cape Coral DUI Checkpoint. Officer Maduro saw signs of impairment. After performing poorly on field sobriety exercises, Bautista was arrested for DUI. After the breath test registered a BAC% of .000, a drug influence evaluation was completed. At the conclusion, it was determined that Bautista was under the influence of cannabis.
Yolonda Simmons was stopped by Sgt. Kaye. Officer Roody assumed the traffic stop. Simmons showed signs of impairment. After performing poorly on field sobriety exercises, Simmons was arrested for DUI. BAC%: .220 / .221
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