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July 2014 Archives

Man with medical condition taken into police custody

A man with multiple sclerosis was taken into custody by California Highway Patrol on July 22. According to officers, the man was stopped while walking on the freeway. Officers stated that the man reportedly smelled of alcohol. The man was offered multiple rides to a safe location by CHP officers, but he allegedly walked away after refusing the offers. Officers tried to take the man into custody, but he reportedly resisted.

Man receives 34 years to life for fatal drunk driving accident

A California man received the maximum sentence for killing two Caltrans workers in a drunk driving accident. The 25-year-old man was sentenced to spend 34 years to life in state prison as a result of an accident that happened on July 22, 2012. According to reports, the accused man had one prior DUI conviction on his record.

California councilman charged with meth possession

A city councilman from Perris has been detained on charges related to his alleged possession and use of methamphetamine, authorities reported on June 24. Officers of the Perris Police Department reportedly detained the man that morning at a hotel in the 500 block of Redlands Boulevard in the small southern California city. According to the hotel staff, the councilman had appeared in the lobby and asked for the police to be called in regards to a theft. When the staff informed him that they could not do so, he instead called the police himself.

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