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November 23, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
The state has removed the Breathalyzer from the Sierra County Sheriff's Department substation in Loyalton, meaning that deputies must now make a 60-mile drive to Downieville to give a breath test to a suspected drunk driver. The Sierra County Board of Supervisors and the Deputy Sheriff's Assn. complain that the drive of at least an hour over the 6,700-foot Yuba Pass decreases the presence of law enforcement, dramatically increases court costs and gives the suspect time to sober up.
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November 23, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
The state has removed the Breathalyzer from the Sierra County Sheriff's Department substation in Loyalton, meaning that deputies must now make a 60-mile drive to Downieville to give a breath test to a suspected drunk driver. The Sierra County Board of Supervisors and the Deputy Sheriff's Assn. complain that the drive of at least an hour over the 6,700-foot Yuba Pass decreases the presence of law enforcement, dramatically increases court costs and gives the suspect time to sober up.
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