California Highway patrol officers used bean-bag rounds to shoot out the driver’s window of a car and sent in a dog to get to a San Diego DUI suspect who led them on an 80-mph pursuit in San Marcos.
“We have officers that are human,” says California DUI police in justifying a police officer shooting a driver recently. San Diego DUI Police can shoot bean bag rounds to stop drunk drivers, lawyers warn.
San Diego DUI police fired a bean bag round into a semi-truck driver’s side window before arresting him for DUI on Pomerado Road in Rancho Bernardo, San Diego attorneys are told.
The California DUI driver led police on a 80 mph chase on the 15 from Temecula Riverside County to Rancho Bernardo San Diego County. Drunk Driving Cops used spike strips twice but the driver would not pull over beginning just after 8 pm.
Guess who won the high-speed San Diego county chase between California Highway Patrol and a DUI suspect driving a BMW from Sorrento Valley at La Jolla Village Drive to Aliso Creek, Camp Pendleton?