Repeat DUI Offender From South San Francisco Arrested For Drunken Driving
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO – On Saturday, 50-year-old Raj Kohli, who had several prior DUI convictions, was taken into custody again on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol.
Last time, he was taken into custody for the same offense just a few days ago.
On Saturday, the cops stopped his vehicle as they were monitoring a neighborhood near Baypark Circled and realized that he was behind the wheel drunk. The cops also came to know that he was driving with a suspended driving license due to which they seized his vehicle. He refused to submit a sample for the intoxication test.
0n 4th of February, he crashed his vehicle into a tree in the same neighborhood for which he was taken into custody on suspicion of DUI. He was convicted for DUI twice before that incident and his name was present in the list of repeat offenders.
His bond was set at $100,000 and he is currently in the San Mateo County jail on the following charges:
- Driving under the influence of alcohol
- Refusing a chemical test
- Driving with a suspended license
- DUI with a prior conviction
Data released by the DMV showed that more than half of the repeat DUI offenders continue to drive with a suspended or revoked driving licenses and they become the cause of 24% deadly DUI accidents.
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