Alright, the end of the work week is not a good time for drunken driving. People are whooping it up in anticipation of winding down the work week, and that can lead to the bad decision of climbing behind the wheel.
In steps Officer Alvin Rodriguez, a bit of a star in the department for collaring 60 DUI suspects in 2011 and being recognized by the department for it.
Rodriguez is plenty busy in 2012, not surprisngly. Late this week, he was called to a two-car accident on Chamblee Dunwoody Road at Peeler Road, police say The driver of that car was labeled as at-fault in the accident and was arrested for suspicion of DUI.
His toxicology showed he was twice the legal limit of .08, according to police. No one was injured.
On to the next. Rodriguez on Friday responded to another two-car accident. The at-fault driver was deemed to have changed lanes too quickly.
Same underlying issue. The suspect's blood alcohol level was well above .08, police said.