MILL VALLEY — A drunk driver carrying a stolen gun was arrested after crashing his car. Apparently, this young man thought he could get away from a California Highway Patrol officer.
The man suspected of doing this is a San Rafael resident, 20-year-old Kaleb S. Berry. He was booked into Marin County Jail, with bail set at $35,000, before he was released from custody.
Berry has been getting in trouble with the law since he reached the age of majority. This time, a CHP officer attempted to pull him over for speeding.
On June 17 at 1 a.m., Berry was spotted driving southbound on Highway 101 heading towards the Golden Gate Bridge. The officer was following him, when he exited from the freeway at East Blithedale Avenue in Mill Valley.
After exiting from the freeway, Berry crashed, but he kept driving. With lights flashing, the CHP officer approached Berry’s car. Instead of stopping, Berry drove back onto the freeway.
A few minutes later, Berry exited from the freeway again at Seminary Drive, and he crashed again. This time his car was immobilized stuck on a curb, and Berry attempted to run away.
Berry was arrested after the CHP officer caught up with him. For his actions Berry faces six charges –
23152(A) – DUI Alcohol/Drugs
25850A – Carrying Loaded Firearm on Person or in Vehicle While in Public Place
2800.2(A – Evasion – Wanton Disregard for Safety
25400(A)1 – Carry Concealed Weapon in Vehicle
25850(C)(2) – Carry Stolen Loaded Firearm
25400(C)(2 – Knowing Concealed Firearm was Stolen