Six People Arrested for DUI in Menifee

The effort aimed at catching suspected drunken drivers began at 8 p.m. Saturday and ended at 3 a.m. Sunday.

Six people were arrested for suspicion of drunken driving by sheriff's deputies during intensified overnight patrols on the streets of Menifee, the Riverside County Sheriff's Department reported Sunday.

The effort aimed at catching suspected drunken drivers began at 8 p.m. Saturday and ended at 3 a.m. A total of 44 vehicles were pulled over ,with 21 drivers given field sobriety tests, according to the department.

One driver suspected of using drugs while behind the wheel was arrested. Five other drivers were arrested for allegedly using alcohol while driving, sheriff's authorities said.

Four drivers were cited for driving with a suspended license, the sheriff's department reported.

—City News Service.

Michael March 03, 2014 at 08:40 PM
Beaumont,Perhaps you should direct your post at McVeigh since he started his post with "criminal alien."You are actually flaming this post your statement.Can you back up your posts with facts regarding Hispanic/Blacks being a majority in some police departments?Additionally, I never mentioned in my posts about saturation patrols being a racist tool.Try reading and thinking before you post.
Serious Sam March 03, 2014 at 09:38 PM
Since you are a little off on profiling anyway I will mention this. A few months ago an officer in LA (city or was it county) was charged for racial profiling. He had been getting by with it for a few years. He was checking the race box for Caucasian on tickets he issued even though most of the tickets were issued to black and Mexican persons so it did not show up in the police computer statistics
beaumontdave March 04, 2014 at 05:06 PM
Michael, my bad, your post could be interpreted more than one way, and I likely took it wrong. As for proof of Hispanic majority departments, California is a Hispanic majority state, so it follows that police depts. would follow that pattern, especially in heavily Latino cities. After your post I looked at a number of sites, even the DOJ and could not find statistics on dept. racial make-up. I've read a lot of blogs asserting racial bias in check points and saturation patrols and I want to hear that line of thought.
Brenda March 05, 2014 at 04:45 AM
I don't care how they catch Drunk drivers, check points or regular patrol as long as they get them off the streets before they kill someone. Now if they actually got charged according to the severity of the crime, and sentenced for the same. Especially when their DUI involves a serious injury or murder to someone.


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