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DUI arrests during busy weekend

by Taylor Pettaway

Several men were arrested for DUI charges over the weekend.

David A. Sallette, 27, of Callahan, Fla., was arrested Saturday on suspicion of DUI, five counts of driving on a suspended license and open container after deputies attempted to initiate a traffic stop at the Carson Valley Inn. Sallette had been driving the wrong way on a one way road. After he was taken to the Douglas County Jail he threatened to hurt the phlebotomist, and had to be restrained for a blood draw.

His bail was set at $1,200.

Rigoberto Campos-Dominguez, 32, of Wellington, was also arrested Saturday on suspicion of DUI, failure to maintain a lane, driving without a license, open container, no insurance, no registration and theft warrants after deputies responded to reports of an intoxicated driver on Highway 395 from Topaz Lake. Motorists had stopped Campos-Dominguez’s vehicle and taken his keys from him when deputies arrived.

His bail was set at $1,200.

Bradley S. James, 52, of Gardnerville was arrested Thursday on suspicion of disorderly conduct after deputies responded to a welfare check near the 1300 block of Muir Drive. James and a second man were laying inside the park and when deputies responded, the men tried to threaten deputies and paramedics on scene. Both were taken to the hospital where James began yelling and using profanity at hospital staff. James had a .413 blood alcohol level.