Drunk Illegal Immigrant Crashes Into Patrol Car in Alabama

Sheriff’s deputies in Madison County report the arrest of a man for DUI in Alabama after he crashed into a patrol car. A deputy had pulled over a driver with outstanding warrants around 1:00 am and a back-up patrol car parked behind them. Hernandez Donaciano then drove his Nissan Pathfinder into the rear of one of the patrol cars, ramming it into the other.

The deputies were not in their vehicles at the time of the crash, and no one was injured. One sheriff’s department vehicle was totaled and the other received minor damage.

Donaciano refused to submit to a breath test though he failed a field sobriety test and was booked on charges of driving under the influence in Alabama. He was also charged with three counts of reckless endangerment, driving without a license, failure to have insurance, violating an open container law and for failure to provide safe space for a stopped law enforcement vehicle.

It was determined that Donaciano, 51, is in the country illegally, and the Department of Immigration and Customs Enforcement requested he be held in jail pending additional charges.

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