Sebastopol police arrest 3 on suspicion of DUI

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Sebastopol police arrested three drivers early Saturday morning on suspicion of DUI.

John Ramondetta, 41, of Berkeley, was arrested at 1:58 a.m. after a Sebastopol officer saw him make an illegal U-turn on Sebastopol Avenue, police reported. Ramondetta had a prior DUI conviction in 2012 and is currently on DUI probation out of Napa County, police said.

The two other DUI arrests occurred about 2:38 a.m. when the officer taking Ramondetta to Sonoma County Jail saw two separate vehicles driving erratically after leaving El Rey Club on Highway 12, police reported.

The officer stopped both vehicles. The drivers, Eleonai Alejandro Vargas, 41, of Santa Rosa, and Gloria Sandra Ramirez-Lucero, 40, of Santa Rosa, were arrested and booked on suspicion of DUI and driving without a valid license.

— Brett Wilkison

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