Lawndale Man Arrested For Hit and Run and DUI on Memorial Day

Lawndale Man Arrested For Hit and Run and DUI on Memorial Day

HAWTHORNE, CA—Memorial Day is one of the nation’s worst days for driving under the influence (DUI), according to a great many police departments’ statistics.

Roberto Saldana, 30, apparently decided to make his DUI arrest more memorable, however, by adding a hit and run and other violations. On Monday, May 25, he was popped by Hawthorne police officers for a hit and run resulting in injury and/or death (20001)(A)VC), driving without a license (12500(A)VC) and three DUIs. One DUI was for having 0.08 percent or higher blood-alcohol content (23152(A)VC), one for having drugs in his system (23152(B)VC) and the third one for causing injury and/or death while driving and having a measurable amount of alcohol and/or drugs in his system (23153(A)VC).

The total bail for the Lawndale resident’s lack of respect in so many ways was set at $195,000. The single highest charge was $100,000 for the 23153(A)VC charge, and the second highest was for the hit and run.

Lawndale Man Arrested For Hit and Run and DUI on Memorial Day was last modified: June 1st, 2015 by admin
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