Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Not the right flavor for this favor in the sex for No-DUI case in San Diego California

A little nooky for no DUI? Sounds like a deal right?

It's no a deal that a lady called Melissa took. Please officer, there's no flavor in your favor.

The San Diego police officer offered to receive sex for not charging her with a DUI, allegedly. At least that is what was said in this wild California courtroom today!

Melissa R. claims former SDPD officer Anthony Arevalos was "flirting with (her) and (she) had no idea what was coming next." He insisted on quoting "favors" for letting her go. He even reminded her that he knew where she worked and would come in there to try and get his “favor”.

San Diego prosecuting attorneys maintain the officer preyed on females stopped for suspicion of a a California DUI, molesting some.

Melissa drove her car the wrong way down a one-way street, a common Gaslamp occurrence. Her vehicle registration had expired and she admitted to the then-officer that she had been drinking at her place of employment, a Gaslamp bar and restaurant. The police officer put her in the back of his patrol car and drove her onto San Diego police department property to administer an Intoxilyzer 8000 breath test.

After she blew into the machine a second time, Arevalos said: “’I gotcha. Now we’re going to have to work something out.’”

“I asked him what the results were but he never gave me the number.” Melissa still does not know her BAC. Why did he insist on a favor without showing a flavor of .08% or more?

Melissa said Arevalos never said anything directly sexual to her, didn’t touch her physically but did tell San Diego California criminal defense attorney Jan Ronis: “I know what flirting is.”

5 more victims should testify in the case against him. 5 + this 1 = 19 years prison, possibly.