Perris mother accused of driving drunk, injuring daughters in Homeland crash

Evarado Alatorre
Abril 17, 2018

Nelson was arrested after 9:30 p.m. Saturday, State Police said.

Sanchez-Reyes was driving east on Highway 74 when she hit a fence causing the vehicle to rollover, CHP officials said. "How fast were you going?" the APD officer is heard saying in the police lapel video.

Officer Connor Lapierre of the FKPD investigated and matched evidence from the scene of the light pole accident to some damage to Fournier's pickup, which had been towed following his arrest a few hours earlier to Twin's Service Station in town, according to Pelletier.

Candelaria did not deny hitting the other vehicle, but she had trouble explaining how it happened.

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She failed the field sobriety test, and police say she blew twice the legal limit.

Floriceli Carol Sanchez-Reyes, 24, was booked into the Larry D. Smith Correctional Facility late Sunday night after rolling her auto on Highway 74 near Vincent Avenue, according to Riverside County sheriff's booking logs and CHP information.

A Perris mother is behind bars after California Highway Patrol officials said she was driving intoxicated and overturned her vehicle injuring her young daughters in Homeland.

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