Jonesboro Police Make Several DWI Arrests Over the Weekend

Mug of frothy beer with handcuffs and keys symbolizing drunk driving arrest

JONESBORO, Ark. – Jonesboro police reports released on Monday detailed multiple driving while intoxicated (DWI) arrests that occurred over the weekend.

Beginning around 2 AM on June 10, Xavier Nathaniel Smith, a 22-year-old resident of Jonesboro, was arrested for DWI and speeding more than 15 miles over the speed limit. The specific location of the arrest was not disclosed in the report.

Around the same time, also at an unspecified location, Carlos Antonio Aguilar, a 22-year-old from Paragould, was also arrested for DWI.

Between 3:35 AM and 5 AM on June 10, Joel Adan Carmone Estrada, a 39-year-old resident of Jonesboro, was stopped and arrested. Estrada faces charges of DWI, speeding, failure to use a turn signal, failure to yield to emergency vehicles, and driving left of center.

In the early hours of June 11, at approximately 1:06 AM, Ariana Danner, a 23-year-old from Forrest City, was arrested for DWI following an accident near the 3200-block of East Johnson Avenue.

Around the same time, near East Johnson/Main, Domingo Valdez Tellez, a 42-year-old resident of Jonesboro, was stopped and arrested for DWI after exhibiting hazardous driving behavior.

At approximately 2:30 AM on June 11, officers observed Jerson Hernandez-Montesinos, a 22-year-old from Clarkton, MO, driving the wrong way down the road. Hernandez-Montesinos was subsequently arrested for DWI, possession of an open container in a vehicle, driving without a license, and driving left of center.

Before 8 PM on June 11, near the 200-block of East Johnson Avenue, officers found Terrie Beck, a 63-year-old Jonesboro resident, passed out and impaired while operating a motor vehicle. Beck was arrested for DWI and possession of pills.

For non-commercial drivers over the age of 21, you’re legally drunk of your blood alcohol level is greater than 0.08. For commercial vehicles, it’s 0.04. But even below that, officers have discretion to determine if someone is impaired, based on other observations and tests.

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