Sunday, December 03, 2006

CHP chief arrested for drunk driving

RIVERSIDE, Calif. An assistant chief with the California Highway Patrol has been arrested by his own officers for drunk driving -- after allegedly crashing his C-H-P-issued vehicle into a parked car.

Fifty-eight-year-old Michael Maples was arrested at his home in Reche Canyon Thursday after he lost control of his Ford Crown Victoria and struck the car in his driveway. Source.

Let's see what the CHP does with its own.

1 comment:

Anti Addiction Advocate said...

I have two quick thoughts regarding this post. First, Michael Maples, as an assistant chief with the CHP should know better than to drink and drive. Second, it will be interesting to see how the CHP deals with Mr. Maples!