A Petaluma man on probation from a previous DUI offense was arrested Friday evening after police say he was once more drunk behind the wheel – this time concerned in a crash that injured a number of.
The three-vehicle crash at East Washington and Payran streets occurred shortly earlier than 7 p.m., in line with a Petaluma Police Division information launch, which didn’t element the circumstances of the crash.
Whereas paramedics with the Petaluma Hearth Division tended to injured car occupants, together with a juvenile who suffered a reduce on their head, police homed in on one driver who they are saying “displayed goal indicators of alcohol intoxication.”
Herman Alvarado, 31, who was already on probation for a previous DUI, and has a suspended license for a earlier DUI arrest, was arrested on suspicion of probation violation, driving with a suspended license and felony DUI, in line with a Petaluma Police Division information launch.
He was booked into the Sonoma County Jail.
Alvarado’s arrest was one among three Petaluma Police made Friday evening, police stated.
Anybody who witnessed the crash is requested to name police at 707-778-4372.
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