A 37-year-old man arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence in Windsor Friday morning was later determined to have an outstanding warrant for his arrest in another county, according to the California Highway Patrol. Robert Fuller, a Fort Bragg resident, was arrested after an incident that began shortly before 11:25 a.m. when a CHP officer was driving on Lakewood Drive near the intersection with Brooks Road. A gray Ford Mustang traveling south on Brooks Road ran through a
red light, nearly crashing into the patrol vehicle, according to the CHP. The vehicle was pulled over and the driver identified himself as Fuller. The officer noted signs of intoxication and later determined Fuller to be under the influence and he was arrested, according to the CHP. After running his name through the CHP system, authorities discovered he had an outstanding $50,000 warrant from Tuolumne County for DUI and weapons violations. Fuller was on probation for DUI, and has had three prior convictions for the offense in the past 10 years, making the most recent arrest a felony offense, according to the CHP.
His probation required the use of an ignition interlock device while driving. That device was not present in the Mustang, according to the CHP. Fuller was booked into Sonoma County jail on suspicion of felony DUI, violation of probation, driving a vehicle without the required device, as well as the outstanding Tuolumne County warrant.
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