Drunk cattle rancher, hits Dodge Ram and disrespects police officers – Punta Pora Informa – News from Punta Pora – MS and Pedro Juan Caballero
In addition to not having a driver’s license due to his driver’s license being revoked since 2011, he was drunk.
A 36-year-old cattle rancher was arrested Monday night (13) in Dorados, after his Dodge Ram truck collided with a Honda Fit. In addition to not having a driver’s license due to his driver’s license being revoked since 2011, he was drunk.
According to the police report, the alcohol test showed the presence of 0.63 mg/L of alcohol in the blood, which constitutes a traffic offense. The man also attempted to flee the scene, resisted the police approach, and did not respect the military police. A friend who was accompanying him in the truck also allegedly abused the police when he recorded the arrest of the cattle breeder and was taken to the civil police, but was not arrested.
The truck collided with the side of the FIT and despite the collision, the occupants of the vehicle were not injured. The military police were called and when the vehicle approached, the rancher attempted to escape. He was arrested, and according to the incident, he got out of the truck very upset, suspicious of the approaching police.
According to the police report, the cattle rancher put his hand on the knife holster that one of the police officers was carrying on his waist, and he was then subdued and placed in the back compartment of the car. During the operation, the man’s two friends approached and began recording the moment the rancher was placed in the car.
After being warned by the police that the mobile phones would be temporarily confiscated, as there were pictures on them proving mood swings and resistance on the part of the ranchers, the woman, identified as Mayra, allegedly abused a police officer and called him. “A coward” and “poor guy”, and stated that he would “get cracked!”
Mayra, who was again instructed to hand over her cell phone and accompany the team, allegedly slapped one of the police officers on the shoulder, whereupon she was immobilized and placed in the back seat of the vehicle.
According to the incident, the farm owner’s other friend, named Renato, also obstructed the team in the behavior of those involved, in addition to trying to push the agents and cooperate to disrupt the work of the police. However, charges were not brought against the two friends.
In Deepak (Community Emergency Service Police Station), police discovered that the cattle rancher had a record of driving a vehicle under the influence of an addictive psychoactive substance and his driving license had been revoked since March 22, 2011. The two cell phones, the iPhone 13 Pro Max and the iPhone 13 were handed over to the police station. the police. The cattle farmer remains in prison. His defense has not yet appeared.
Source: Campogrande News