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Monterey County Supervisor Luis Alejo arrested for alleged DUI: CHP

PRUNEDALE, Calif. — Monterey County District 1 Supervisor Luis Alejo was stopped for allegedly driving under the influence on Friday, May 28. According to the California Highway Patrol, officers pulled over a vehicle driving on San Miguel Canyon Road near Prunedale shortly before midnight. Officers reported that the driver was driving poorly when he made the stop.
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Monterey County Supervisor Luis Alejo arrested on suspicion of DUI

SALINAS – Monterey County District 1 Supervisor Luis Alejo was stopped and arrested by the California Highway Patrol on suspicion of driving under the influence Friday night, according to the CHP Monterey Area office. “I take full responsibility for my actions. I made a poor decision that I truly regret...
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County Supervisor Luis Alejo stopped by CHP and cited for driving under the influence.

Monterey County Supervisor Luis Alejo was stopped by California Highway Patrol officers shortly before midnight on Friday, May 28, and cited for driving under the influence. According to sources with knowledge of the situation, Alejo's blood alcohol level was 0.16, or twice the legal limit, when he was stopped on San Miguel Canyon Road near Strong Circle in North County.
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Guest commentary, Luis Alejo: Transportation Agency navigated 2020 with hope and resiliency

It would be an understatement to say that 2020 has been a difficult year. By all standards, our world seems to have been turned upside down. From the small things that we took for granted, to larger, more important things, like our relationships with family and friends. Individually and collectively, this has been a year of loss. Loss of lives, jobs, and safety nets. Our sense of security and well-being is gone with distance learning and sheltering in place as more than 3,000 people die each day nationally from COVID-19, while health care professionals and essential workers are fighting the battle on the front lines.