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July 4 Alcohol And Drug Crackdown Nets Local Arrests

Here is what the jail records reveal ...

A holiday crackdown on drunk and drugged driving was in force this July 4 holiday.

Looking at jail records for July 4 and the early morning hours of July 5, police made several arrests in and around Lake Elsinore and Wildomar involving driving under the influence, as well as disorderly conduct involving drugs and alcohol. Fortunately, police did not report any local fatalities.

Here is what the jail records reveal:

CHP arrested Russell Mark Ruuti, 32, in Lakeland Village for DUI late Tuesday night; he was booked into Southwest Detention Center early July 4.

Lake Elsinore PD nabbed Scott Michael Vincent, 21, in the 200 block of Diamond Drive in Lake Elsinore for disorderly conduct and being under the influence of a controlled substance.

Canyon Lake had a disorderly conduct involving alcohol. Paris Laijon Booker, 21, and Cheryl Ann Hepinger, 27, were both arrested by deputies at Sunset Beach-The Lodge at Canyon Lake.

Shane Daniel Harvey Watts, 36, was arrested by Lake Elsinore deputies for disorderly conduct involving drugs and alcohol in the 32000 block of Marden Lane.

Jasin Samir Frljuckic, 23, was arrested by CHP at Temescal Canyon and Magnolia Avenue for DUI.

Hilary Dawn Debry, 23, was arrested for DUI early Thursday morning at Canyon Lake Drive, north of Railroad Canyon.

Melissa Ann Gortney, 25, was arrested early Thursday morning in the 17000 block of Arch Street in Lake Elsinore for disorderly conduct involving drugs and alcohol.

Drey Warner White, 18, was arrested early Thursday morning near Lakeland Village for disorderly conduct involving drugs and alcohol.

Naithen Albert Guerrero, 23, was arrested late Wednesday night in Lakeland Village in the 15000 block of Grand Avenue for disorderly conduct involving drugs and alcohol.

Ann July 05, 2012 at 06:56 PM
Thank you for saving lifes local law enforcement!!!!
Hope July 05, 2012 at 11:19 PM
I second that!
steve July 06, 2012 at 12:30 AM
3rd that motion. People should have Hope in their lives Ann thinking of others.
Roberto July 06, 2012 at 01:43 AM
Yes indeed, we need Hope...
Liberty Raine July 06, 2012 at 05:41 AM
I just wish who ever at Patch would at least proof read their posts! Lord, you are reporting, loosely, about our community, please get the reporting correct! I seriously doubt that police were "fortunate to report local fatalities ". Seriously!
gottagetaclue July 06, 2012 at 08:35 AM
TRY READING THE ARTICLE AGAIN LIBERTY RAINE, IT CLEARLY STATES THE FOLLOWING.... Fortunately, police did not report any local fatalities. THIS CLEARLY MEANS THAT THE POLICE ARE HAPPY THAT THERE WERE NO FATALITIES.
Liberty Raine July 06, 2012 at 04:23 PM
I read the article clearly and obviously it has been amended! Does typing in caps make you feel more superior? Does it help to comment after the fact when prior verbiage has been changed and you really haven't got a clue? Ha ha, makes my day!
presiousluv1 July 07, 2012 at 09:46 PM
Liberty, u might want to read it again lol. It said "...did not report any fatalities." Good catch though
presiousluv1 July 07, 2012 at 09:47 PM
My bad Liberty Didn't realize it has been amended. I'm sorry :-(
Hope July 07, 2012 at 11:20 PM
Why are we focusing on the possible error? Just read past it and understand what the article is about. It isn't about typographical errors at all, in fact, it is about our community servants protecting it's citizens from those who choose or attempt to be beyond reproach and a true danger to the community.
Cat July 08, 2012 at 01:01 AM
Remember that some people have a way with words.....others not have way! Either way....I seriously doubt that these boys were even focusing on words there Hope!

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