ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - A man arrested for three previous DWI’s is back behind bars after police say he was driving drunk again.
According to a criminal complaint Fernando Salas, 44, was seen speeding while weaving in and out of traffic in northwest Albuquerque.
When officers pulled Salas over they say he reeked of alcohol.
Officers say Salas failed all field sobriety tests, refused to take a breathalyzer and was taken into custody.
APD say Salas has three prior convictions for driving under the influence. He remains behind bars on a $25,000 bond.
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