Petaluma woman arrested on suspicion of DUI twice in less than two days

Petaluma woman arrested on suspicion of DUI twice in less than two days

Police have arrested a woman on suspicion of driving under the influence twice in less than two days, according to Petaluma PD.

Just before midnight, on the night of February 16, 37-year-old Jillian Jimenez reportedly drove into the Steamer Landing parking lot while officers were speaking with an uninvolved individual, pulled into a parking space, and collided with the curb.

Jimenez was visibly disoriented when she got out of the car, police said, and ultimately failed a field sobriety test. She was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of medication and/or narcotics and later released, though it is unclear whether she posted bail.

The next night, around 10 PM, officers pulled Jimenez over in the area of East D Street after reportedly seeing her driving erratically, nearly striking parked cars, and narrowly avoiding a head-on collision with a police cruiser. Jimenez again appeared to be under the influence and again failed field sobriety tests, and was booked on suspicion of DUI.

Petaluma woman arrested on suspicion of DUI twice in less than two days was last modified: March 1st, 2022 by admin
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