Jacks Valley man faces felony DUI
April 19, 2018
A Jacks Valley man arrested for felony driving under the influence on Saturday night was ordered to remain in custody in lieu of $10,300 bail on Monday morning.
Joseph Lozano, 27, said he would hire his own attorney to represent him.
Lozano was pulled over on Highway 395 at about 9 p.m. after a deputy said his Subaru was speeding up and slowing down and swerving in his lane.
A preliminary breath test allegedly showed Lozano had a .194 blood alcohol content.
He was previously convicted of driving under the influence in 2012.
A third conviction for driving under the influence is a felony.
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