A Santa Rosa man suspected of driving under the influence was nabbed by California Highway Patrol officers Sunday night in Sonoma County after a sheriff’s deputy observed the vehicle weaving, according to the CHP.At about 9:20 p.m. Sunday, CHP officers responded to assist a Sonoma County sheriff’s deputy with a suspected drunken driver the deputy said had been driving erratically in a 2007 Honda Civic.Milo Neil Schroder, 34, was booked into Sonoma County Jail on charges of DUI and child endangerment — Schroder was driving with his wife Amanda and his 19-month-old son in the car at the time of his arrest, the CHP said.A relative was called to transport an allegedly intoxicated Amanda Schroder and the toddler after Milo Schroder’s arrest, according to the CHP.
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