DUI Checkpoint Results
updated: Dec 22, 2013, 9:11 AM
Source: Santa Barbara Sheriff’s Office
‘AVOID the 12' conducted a multi-agency DUI and driver's license checkpoint on
Saturday December 21st and Sunday December 22nd between 8:00 PM and 3:00
AM in the 400 block of Chapala Street in the City of Santa Barbara. This
operation was one of 17 DUI enforcement operations that will be or have been
conducted throughout Santa Barbara County during the 20 Day Winter Mobilization
Period which runs from Friday, December 13th through Wednesday, January 1st.
Officers from the Alcohol and Beverage Control (ABC), Guadalupe, Santa Barbara,
and UCSB Police Departments worked alongside deputies from the Santa Barbara
Sheriff's Office at the sobriety checkpoint. Here are the results of the
Vehicles Screened: 550
DUI Arrests: 4
Felony Arrest: 1
Driving without a Valid Driver's License: 6
Driving with a suspended driver's license: 1
Vehicles Impounded for 30 days: 1
Vehicles Impounded for 1 day: 7
Miscellaneous citations: 3
Lori Elizabeth Bates (10-12-60) of Oxnard was arrested for DUI.
Bahtia Eryon Bilow (07-30-89) of Santa Barbara was arrested for DUI.
Kristi Ann Krenta (10-04-77) of San Diego was arrested for DUI.
Marc Dohn Ritzema (06-26-77) of Pasadena was arrested for DUI.
Felip Monterosa (02-19-91) of Goleta was arrested for felony possession of a
concealed knife and possession of marijuana.
‘AVOID The 12" will also have a DUI Task Force in the City of Santa Barbara on
Saturday December 28th between 6:00 PM and 4:00 AM.
Extra local DUI Saturation Patrols will be deployed in the cities of Goleta,
Guadalupe, Lompoc, Santa Barbara, and Santa Maria through January 1st.
The national "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over" crackdown is led by the California
Office of Traffic Safety (OTS), with the California Avoid DUI Task Force
Campaign combining high-visibility enforcement and heightened public awareness
and impaired driving deterrence through publicity.
‘AVOID the 12' is named for the 12 Law Enforcement agencies within Santa Barbara
Funding for ‘AVOID the 12' comes from the California Office of Traffic Safety
through the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration who reminds
everyone to Report Drunk Driving - Call 9-1-1!
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