Police have charged a Santa Fe man with driving underneath the affect and fleeing the police after he ran his automotive right into a car pushed by a Santa Fe police officer who was, in flip, investigating a separate case of a motorist driving beneath the affect.
Capt. Robert Vasquez of the Santa Fe Police Division stated Ferbie M. Corriz, of Santa Fe struck the police officer’s car on Cerrillos Street close to Baca Road round 9:forty five p.m. Saturday after which fled the scene of the accident earlier than crashing right into a wall of a close-by residence.
The police officer was not harm within the incident. He was sitting in his car, parked west of Baca Road on Cerrillos Street, filling out paperwork for a cease he had carried out on a suspected drunk driver shortly earlier than Corriz hit him. That driver admitted to consuming alcohol however “didn’t eat it past the authorized restrict,” Vasquez stated.
Corriz was driving west down Cerrillos Street when he ran his pink convertible into the aspect of the police officer’s car. Corriz then fled the scene and stored driving west earlier than turning on to close by Navajo Drive.
There, he ran his automotive into the wall, the place cops caught up with him. “I’m unsure positive whose home it’s, however it’s not his home,” Vasquez stated. Nobody was harm in that crash.
Vasquez stated metropolis police then turned the case over to the county sheriff’s workplace, a routine process when a metropolis car is concerned in a automotive accident of any sort.
Police have charged Corriz with aggravated driving whereas intoxicated, aggravated fleeing and careless driving. He’s being held with out bond.
A search of New Mexico courtroom data exhibits police arrested Corriz, who was born in 1961, on a cost of driving underneath the affect in December 2013. That Santa Fe Municipal Courtroom report says the case was “disposed of.”