OTS Warrant Results: 6 Suspects Served Outstanding DUI Warrants by Riverside County Sheriff-Southwest Station
February 9, 2024 - Temecula, CA – Riverside County Sheriff’s Office officials report that on February 7, 2024, the Riverside County Sheriff’s Office conducted a warrant service operation for probationers convicted of driving under the influence who either failed to appear in court for a DUI case, or for not meeting the terms of their court-ordered probation.
“We don’t want probationers re-offending,” Deputy Frank Opice said. “The goal is to make sure probationers are receiving the help and guidance they need.”
The probation supervision program monitors probationer treatment plans and participation in DUI prevention education through regular office visits and unannounced visits.
During this operation six adults were arrested on outstanding warrants.
- Piyanai Kunna, 50 years old, resident of Temecula
- Alejandro Jaimes, 26 years old, resident of Temecula
- Jerry Acosta, 24 years old, resident of Temecula
- Paul Ednoff, 72 years old, resident of Temecula
- Monica Arreola, 26 years old, resident of Temecula
- Samuel Yazzie, 31 years old, resident of Temecula
Riverside County Sheriff’s Office reminds the public that alcohol is not the only substance that impairs. Marijuana, prescription medications, and over-the counter drugs may also impair your ability to drive safely. Do your research and understand how certain drugs may affect you.
Funding for this program was provided by a grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety, through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
Reporting Deputy: Sergeant Sinz
Source: Riverside County Sheriff’s Office