A prominent businessman and restaurant owner in Cave Creek Arizona has been arrested with charges including assaulting a woman and driving under the influence. His DUI charges include extreme DUI with a blood-alcohol count of .15-.20.
The police were called to a home in Cave Creek, where they found a woman upset and hysterical, claiming a man had forced himself on her, demanding her to remove her clothes. She had met the man a few hours earlier at a bar in Cave Creek called Hogs and Horses. It was at the bar that she was introduced to the suspect, who turned out to be the bar’s owner.
The woman who was assaulted said she and a friend were offered free drinks by the owner. At some point in the evening, she lost track of her friend and her ride home. The suspect offered several times to take her home. Since she didn’t know anyone else in the bar, the woman eventually agreed to let the man give her a ride. It was once they reached her home that he began to assault her.
When the police arrived at the scene, the suspect had already fled. A short time later, he was pulled over as he was headed back to the bar he owned. It was at this time that he was taken into custody for extreme DUI.
The woman was later able to positively identify the suspect as the man who attacked her in her home.
When facing extreme DUI charges in Arizona, it’s important to enlist the help of an attorney as quickly as possible. A good attorney will be able to conduct the right type of investigation to ensure the charges are accurate and fair.
Even the most successful people make mistakes. Working with an experienced and passionate attorney such as Arizona defense lawyer Charlie Naegle can help you get your case taken care of as soon as possible and put your life back on track.