The Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office, along with Clearwater Police, Gulfport Police, Largo Police, St. Pete Police, and Tarpon Springs Police, conducted a DUI Wolf Pack Sunday night.
The DUI Wolf Pack was conducted throughout Pinellas County in an effort to reduce DUI related injuries, deaths, and property damage.
The results of the DUI Wolf Pack are:
3 Possession of a Controlled Substance (Misdemeanor)
2 Possession of a Controlled Substance (Felony)
2 Driving While License Suspended and/or Revoked with Knowledge (Misdemeanor)
1 Resisting Arrest Without Violence
1 Refusal to Submit to Breath Testing
Total Charges – 21
1 No Valid DL
14 Driving While License Suspended and/or revoked with Knowledge
8 No Valid Insurance
1 Violation Driver’s License Restrictions
1 Open Container
33 Other Non-Moving Violations
27 Other Moving Violations
Total Citations – 121
The goal of a Wolf Pack is to educate drivers and create public awareness about the dangers of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol and any chemical or controlled substances.
“Wolf Pack” is the name the Pinellas County Sheriff’s office has given these enhanced DUI operations. Their increased patrols were undoubtedly due to the Labor Day holiday. Any time there is a long holiday weekend, it is safe to assume that police will be conducting DUI checkpoints in an effort to arrest any impaired drivers.
If you were arrested over the Labor Day Weekend, our Pinellas County DUI Defense Lawyers at Whittel & Melton can help you. We will investigate your arrest, gather evidence, and assess whether police followed proper protocol to develop the most powerful defense strategy for you.
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