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California House Rep. Wendy Carrillo Arrested On Suspicion Of Drunk Driving

California House Rep. Wendy Carrillo Arrested On Suspicion Of Drunk Driving

California House Rep. Wendy Carrillo was arrested on Friday after she was involved in a traffic collision in Los Angeles. The authorities suspected her of driving under the influence. 

Carrillo, 43, was arrested at 1:35 a.m. on Friday and booked at 4:07 a.m. According to the Department of Los Angeles Police online records. 

LAPD arrested Carrillo after they responded to her alleged collision with two parked vehicles in the 6200 block of Monterey Road in northeast Los Angeles.

But in a video released online, she seemed to tell the officer that she sneezed, that’s why she lost track of the vehicle. 

LAPD issued the following statement on X (formerly known as Twitter) on Friday: “The Los Angeles Police Department is aware of media reports centering in part on cell phone footage capturing what appears to be a portion of a DUI investigation involving Assemblywoman Wendy Carrillo and her being allowed to complete the field sobriety test at what was characterized as a more private location.”

“Chief Moore directed the local command to review the officers’ body-worn video regarding the officers’ actions and at this point, the officers’ actions do not appear to be inappropriate,” the statement continued.

“A critical aspect of a field sobriety test is to provide a reasonable location for the individual being examined to evaluate impairment without obstruction or distraction.”

“The officers conducting the investigation are given the discretion to perform the test at a location that best affords the evaluation of the individuals in an objective manner,” the statement concluded.

Carrillo also released a statement regarding the incident after she was released from holding. 

“Early this morning I was involved in a traffic incident involving parked vehicles. Thankfully, no one was harmed, and I have been cooperating with law enforcement,” Carrillo said, per the L.A. Times. 

“As a public servant, I am aware that I must adhere to a higher standard that demands personal accountability for my conduct and I accept responsibility for my actions.”

“I sincerely apologize to my family, constituents, colleagues, and staff for any actions of mine that have fallen short of that expectation. I intend to seek the necessary help and support,” she continued. 

“As I do so, I remain dedicated to my family, my constituents, and the community that I grew up in and am proud to represent.”

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