Apple Valley Man Arrested for DUI and Resisting Arrest

Apple Valley Man Arrested for DUI and Resisting Arrest

A man was arrested for DUI and resisting arrest Wednesday morning after crashing into a curb and stop sign at Main Street and Walnut Street in Hesperia. Sheriff’s deputies found 45-year-old William White of Apple Valley slumped over his steering wheel at the site of the crash around 9:50 a.m.

White refused a sobriety test, then fought with the deputies as they attempted to arrest him. After a short struggle, White was taken into custody and charged with DUI and resisting arrest.

No one appears to have been hurt in the accident or the tussle.

“This is just one more reason to avoid drinking under the influence in the first place,” said Attorney Walter Clark, founder of Walter Clark Legal Group.

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