Petaluma Woman Gets Second DUI Five Hours After Jail Release

Petaluma Woman Gets Second DUI Five Hours After Jail Release

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PETALUMA – According to a Petaluma Police Department (PPD) community bulletin issued on May 24th, a Holly Lane resident reported that a vehicle had hit the residents’ fence shortly after 2 AM on Tuesday, May 24th. The resident reported that the driver of the vehicle had then fled the scene.

Officers in route to the scene came upon an SUV that had rolled after striking a parked car in the vicinity of Madison Street and Payran Street. The driver was still in the vehicle and had suffered minor injuries.

Officers could smell the odor of alcohol coming from the female driver as they spoke to her about the accidents. The woman was transported to Petaluma Valley Hospital for treatment of her injuries.

A preliminary alcohol screening test showed the woman’s blood alcohol level was at .19. She was arrested for DUI and fleeing the scene of an accident. The woman was later transported to Sonoma County Jail and booked on the charges.

The woman was identified as 26-year-old Charlee Langley-Rader, a Petaluma resident. Langley-Rader had been arrested the day before at 10 AM for public intoxication by PPD. She was released from Sonoma County Jail after posting bail at 9pm on May 23rd.

Petaluma Woman Gets Second DUI Five Hours After Jail Release was last modified: May 25th, 2016 by admin
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