Repeat DUI Offender Arrested By South San Francisco Police
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO – 24-year-old Stephen Raymond Alonzo of South San Francisco was arrested over the weekend after a crash that caused minor injury.
According to police records, Alonzo is a repeat DUI offender. The incident took place Saturday around 6:10 p.m. when Alonzo ran a stop sign and crashed into another vehicle. The driver of the other vehicle was injured, and a passenger in Alonzo’s car was also injured. However, Alonzo was not injured in the crash.
Alonzo was arrested on suspicion of felony DUI and driving without a license.
His previous record shows that Alonzo has one felony and two misdemeanor convictions in the last 10 years. He has also been convicted four times in the past seven years for driving without a license.
Being a DUI offender with multiple convictions and suspended licenses, the South San Francisco Police Department added him to their “DUI Hot List.”
In a separate incident that took place Sunday around 12:40 a.m., police arrested 34-year-old Maribela Barajas of South San Francisco on suspicion of DUI.
Barajas was arrested after she backed into a car in the parking lot of a restaurant on the 100 block of Brentwood Drive, before she tried to drive away. However, she was stopped from leaving the scene by security guards until officers arrived.
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