Cops Cite 4 DUI Offenders Trying to Drive from Court Where Licenses Were Just Suspended

The Buena Park Police Department set up one of those stings Thursday morning where they followed DUI offenders who'd just had their drivers licenses suspended or revoked at the North Justice Center.

Of 13 people followed out of the courthouse, four were cited for allegedly trying to drive vehicles away.

Keep in mind these geniuses got behind the wheel--allegedly--after a judge had just told them they cannot drive.

The four were trotted back into court, according to police. Some now face jail time, longer suspensions, attorney fees, court costs, lost time at work, and the potential loss of job or job prospects.

Like DUI checkpoints and saturation patrols, the court sting was funded by a grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety, through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

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Ward Anderson
Ward Anderson

That's kinda bullshit though...especially if there were just told that shit, some people don't have the means to pay for a car tow right out of court, and it's not like they're driving away drunk , they should at least be allowed to move thier car sober (right after court) it's a form of entrapment in my opinion

Gabriel Torres
Gabriel Torres

Hahaha next is bppd's version of: "to catch a predator"

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