CHP officers Tuesday arrested four people wanted by the courts for failing to appear for cases, mainly involving suspected drunken driving.

Several officers participated in the concerted effort to find numerous wanted people at their homes and workplaces, said the CHP.

They arrested Sabrina Masarweh, 23, of Petaluma and Leon Guidry, 50, of Santa Rosa on no bail warrants, reported CHP Officer Jon Sloat.

Anne McGuirk, 21, of Santa Rosa was arrested on a $20,000 DUI warrant and Ronald Perry, 53, of Santa Rosa was arrested for an outstanding drug paraphernalia warrant.

CHP Officer Jon Sloat said those public arrests can be avoided if people wanted on warrants turn themselves in to the CHP office in Rohnert Park or the Sonoma County Sheriff's Office in Santa Rosa.

North Coast drug test failures rising

Drugs were detected in 5.15 percent of urine tests conducted last year for employers on California’s North Coast, up from 4.38 percent in 2012.

3.36% - Marijuana metabolite

0.75% - Amphetamine

0.69% - Methamphetamine

0.58% - Opiates

0.16% - Cocaine metabolite

5.15% - Total for all drugs

Note: Heroin and phencyclidine (PCP) detections rates were too small to be included.

Source: Quest Diagnostics