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A police report indicates the vehicle had fresh crash damage. It did not say whether she knew she was entering jail property when she drove into the parking lot.
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… message header for item 1. … DUI checkpoints aim to discourage impaired driving

It’s Aug. 27, a quiet, humid night, and about seven officers line Jefferson Street median in front of the Florida State’s police station. It’s also Tuesday night, meaning the checkpoint was likely scheduled for traffic coming to and from Potbelly’s Tuesday.
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FSUPD officers’ last DUI checkpoint was held on Aug. 27 along the 800 block of Jefferson Street. The department typically organizes checkpoints on a monthly basis throughout the year. / Blair Stokes / FSView

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Sep. 5, 2013 1:04 AM |

Written by
Blair Stokes
News Editor @blairstokes

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“DUI CHECKPOINT AHEAD” warns a yellow diamond-shaped road sign. It might explain why the sketchy maroon pickup truck a car ahead of mine lurched forward warily, only to stop cold, reverse and avoid the scene entirely. I’m left here shaking like I have early-onset Parkinson’s and I haven’t even done anything wrong. At least I don’t think I have. I’m sure I haven’t been drinking alcohol, but does a Venti black coffee count as an influence? A 31 oz. Trenta definitely would.

Working with police officers is a regular part of my job, yet I’m still anxious about the prospect of a checkpoint. I’ve read the press release regarding the checkpoint. It’s been advertised on Facebook and Twitter. I know this is happening and I’m here to report on it. I mentally compose myself and locate my license, registration and proof of insurance, all while hoping I don’t accidentally have my high beams on or expired tags.

It’s Aug. 27, a quiet, humid night, and about seven officers line Jefferson Street median in front of the Florida State’s police station. It’s also Tuesday night, meaning the checkpoint was likely scheduled for traffic coming to and from Potbelly’s Tuesday.

I prematurely roll down my window to be greeted by an FSUPD officer in full uniform who instructs me to pull forward and wait for another officer to flag me down. I’m stopped by a young officer who requests my information, briefly inspects my documents and car’s exterior and I’m sent on without further incident. Anticlimactic, I thought. So I parked and returned for interviews.

Lt. Hank Jacob, the FSUPD officer supervising the checkpoint, later told me he would prefer that more checkpoints be mundane. The lieutenant said he hoped for what he dubbed a “good checkpoint.”

“A good checkpoint is a checkpoint where nothing really weird happens,” Jacob said. “Tonight is a little slower than usual. I’m kind of surprised. We usually have a good steady flow of cars but they’re coming sporadically tonight.”

Tuesday night’s DUI checkpoint, which lasted from 10 p.m. to 1 p.m., could have been classified as a good checkpoint, with officers only addressing standard traffic violations such as expired tags and expired licenses with a few drug offense investigations. Jacob, who focuses on specialized traffic enforcement, said FSUPD orchestrates roughly 12 checkpoints a year, at a rate of about one to two per month.

“We’re trying to reduce injuries and deaths due to traffic crashes from impaired drivers. We’ve done that. In this county, those numbers are on the decline,” Jacob said. “FSU has been directly impacted by deaths from impaired drivers, whether it’s students driving impaired or innocent students being killed by an impaired driver.”

Thirteen officers in total, most from FSUPD with a few from Tallahassee PD and the Leon County Sheriff’s Office, were present and checking cars for impaired motorist along the 800 block of W. Jefferson St. directly in front of Phi Mu’s sorority house and FSUPD’s station. This is one of about four locations on campus where FSUPD actively practices DUI enforcement, although they conduct nightly saturation patrols.

“This is one of many checkpoints we have throughout the year,” Jacob said. “This is a [monthly] effort to reduce traffic crashes, injuries and deaths due to traffic crashes involving impaired drivers. We move around. We’re at different spots on different nights depending on what night we pick and what area we think people are going to be coming through, traveling to and from bars.”

After speaking with Jacob, I continued to hang out around the checkpoint, snap a few photos and, most interestingly, engage the officers on duty in conversation, including one particularly jovial officer who regularly greeted pedestrian passersby.

When I initially went through the checkpoint in my car, I was terrified. Yet now as a pedestrian, I could hang out with cops and remember that they are people and not just intimidating authority figures in uniforms. All of this occurred while I was still a little uneasy, but, in all fairness, that’s been my constant state for almost 21 years now.

I’d rather be a little uneasy as opposed to complacent, and definitely not complacent enough to drive drunk.
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…..item 2a)…. Leon County Booking Report: January 12, 2014 …

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By: Leon County Sheriff’s Office Email
Posted: Sun 9:10 AM, Jan 12, 2014

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Tallahassee, FL – Attached is a PDF file containing all bookings at the Leon County Jail from January 11, 2014. Pictures are included.

The PDF can be found below as "LCSO Daily Booking Report".

DISCLAIMER : The arrest records available through this website are public information. Any indication of an arrest does not mean the individual identified has been convicted of a crime. All persons arrested are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
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LCSO Daily Booking Report (13)1

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…..item 2b)…. LEON COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE … Page 1 of 2
DAILY BOOKING REPORT
1/11/2014

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— STUBBS, SUSAN K … 01/11/2014 … 01/11/2014 … ARREST …

… DUI ALCOHOL OR DRUGS 1ST OFF … Count 1 … TALLAHASSEE POLICE DEPARTMENT …

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…..item 2c)…. Leon County Booking Report: February 3, 2014 …

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By: Leon County Sheriff’s Office Email
Posted: Mon 6:54 AM, Feb 03, 2014

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Related Documents
LCSO Daily Booking Report-February-3-2014

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…..item 2d)…. LEON COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE … Page 1 of 2
Daily Booking Report
2/2/2014

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— COSTELLO, ALEXANDRIA M … 02/02/2014 … 02/02/2014 … ARREST …

… POSSESS COUNTERFEITED DRIVERS LICENSE
OR ID CARD … Count 2 …

… LIQUOR-POSSESS BY PERSON UNDER 21 YOA
1ST OFF … Count 2 …
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…..item 2e)…. LEON COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE … Page 2 of 2
Daily Booking Report
2/2/2014

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— ZAMECNIK, J THOMAS … 02/02/2014 … 02/02/2014 … ARREST …

… POSSESS COUNTERFEITED DRIVERS LICENSE
OR ID CARD … Count 2 … TALLAHASSEE POLICE DEPARTMENT …

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…..item 2f)…. Leon County Booking Report: February 7, 2014 …

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By: Leon County Sheriff’s Office Email
Posted: Fri 7:30 AM, Feb 07, 2014

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LCSO Daily Booking Report-February-7-2014

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…..item 2g)…. LEON COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE … Page 1 of 4
Daily Booking Report
2/6/2014

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— BISSONETTE, MICHELLE L … 02/06/2014 … 02/06/2014 … ARREST …

… DUI AND DAMAGE PROPERTY … Count 2 … FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY POLICE DEPARTMENT
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… HIT AND RUN LEAVE SCENE OF CRASH
INVOLVE DAMAGE TO PROP-MORE THAN
DAMAGE … Count 1 … FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY POLICE DEPARTMENT TALLAHASSEE …

… RESIST OFFICER OBSTRUCT WO VIOLENCE … Count 1 … FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY POLICE DEPARTMENT TALLAHASSEE …

… MARIJUANA-POSSESS NOT MORE THAN 20
GRAMS … Count 1 … FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY POLICE DEPARTMENT TALLAHASSEE …

… NARCOTIC EQUIP-POSSESS AND OR USE … Count 1 … FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY POLICE DEPARTMENT TALLAHASSEE …
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…..item 3)…. Drunk Woman Drives Wrecked Car To Jail …

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By: Associated Press News Email
Posted: Tue 8:40 AM, Jan 21, 2014

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Associated Press News Release

GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) — Police say a 33-year-old woman did them a favor when she drove her badly damaged car that was missing a tire onto Alachua County Jail property.

Brielle Irene Watkins, 33, was charged with driving under the influence after jail officials noticed she was showing signs of impairment and called police on Monday.
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img code photo … Brielle Irene Watkins, 33

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ARRESTED | Brielle Irene Watkins, 33.

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A police report indicates the vehicle had fresh crash damage. It did not say whether she knew she was entering jail property when she drove into the parking lot.

The Gainesville Sun (bit.ly/LAvucI ) reports the woman’s breath samples were .222 and .215, both nearly three times the limit at which someone in Florida is considered drunk.

She remains in the county jail Tuesday morning.

Information from: The Gainesville (Fla.) Sun, www.gainesvillesun.com
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