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Loudoun Sheriff’s Office arrests five apparent drunken drivers in two-day span

The Loudoun County Sheriff's Office arrested at least five people on drunken driving charges in a two-day span between Saturday and Monday.

-Eric M. Haney, 49, of Herndon, was arrested at 9:40 a.m. Sunday in the 45000 block of Shepard Drive in Sterling. He was charged with refusal of a breath test and driving under the influence, his third in 10 years.

-Bryant A. Antayhua, 28, of Sterling, was arrested in the 23000 block of Rock Hill Road in Sterling around 5:15 a.m. Saturday. Deputies responded to a vehicle parked in a no-parking zone with damage to the front and rear of the vehicle. Antayhua was arrested and charged with driving under the influence – his second in five years – and refusal of a breath test.

-Timothy J. Frentz, 28, of Leesburg, was traveling in excess of the speed limit Saturday morning around 1:45 a.m. near the intersection of Loudoun County Parkway and Route 50 in Chantilly. Frentz was charged with driving while intoxicated, speeding and expired registration. He was released from the Loudoun Adult Detention Center on a personal recognizance bond.

-Norman Gutierrez-Flores, 29, of Rockville, Maryland, was pulled over near the intersection of North Lincoln Avenue and North Argonne Avenue in Sterling early Monday morning. He was failing to maintain proper lane control. He was charged with driving under the influence.

-Victor M. Ortiz-Merino, 28, of Sterling, was charged with driving under the influence around 1 a.m. Saturday. Deputies responded to a single-vehicle crash near the intersection of Potomac View Road and River Meadows Terrace and identified Ortiz-Merino as the driver.

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30 days mandatory to start with would end this nonsense. 9 people to 1, alcohol to opiate addiction deaths yet Comstock and other spend-a-holics see the pill addiction as the new found government money spigot! Never mind the previous trillion dollars spent by the government on the war on drugs.


Thank you all for the total disregard for other peoples lives. Appreciate that.

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