Sunday, June 8, 2008

Shoving your 7 year old at California DUI police a good way to escape?

California DUI lawyer story

California DUI news & California DUI lawyer question.

A man shoved his 7-year-old son at California DUI police Saturday as he tried to evade them after a foot chase at an overnight California DUI sobriety checkpoint, California DUI lawyers report.

Humberto Uribe-Lizarraga, 30, was believed to be extremely drunk / California DUI when he drove his Chevrolet pickup truck into a California DUI police checkpoint at Holt and Hershey avenues, according to California DUI lawyer sources.

The truck drove through the temporary stop and sped off, and California DUI police eventually located it in front of a dwelling at 1302 E. Kingsley Ave. As California DUI police arrived, Uribe-Lizarraga grabbed his 7-year-old son from the truck, along with a bottle of beer, and ran with the child into an apartment complex, per California DUI lawyers.

After he ran up a flight of stairs, Uribe-Lizarraga shoved his 7-year- old son at pursuing California DUI officers, California DUI lawyers said. The California DUI chase continued into an apartment unit, where the California DUI suspect struggled with several California DUI officers.

Uribe-Lizarraga allegedly found to be extremely intoxicated, was booked on suspicion of felony child endangerment, California DUI - driving a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol and felony assault on a police officer. His California DUI bail was set at $100,000.

SanDiegoDrunkDrivingAttorney.net/articles