Probation Officer Charged with DUI

A probation officer from San Bernardino County is currently facing misdemeanor charges for driving under the influence of alcohol after his arrest in Riverside by CHP officers.

According to officials, John Deremiah, 45, was placed under arrest by the California Highway Patrol earlier this month. The incident happened on Pyrite Street, north of the 60 Freeway just after 8:00 p.m. on September 6th. Deremiah was released from custody the following day.

Deremiah is scheduled to appear in court on Dec. 11 for arraignment.

Deremiah has been placed on restricted duty at the San Bernardino County Probation Department after the incident. He is barred from driving a county-issued vehicle during the investigations nor is he allowed to have any contact with the public.

Officials connected to the matter state that the charges are both criminal and administrative in nature and it is the standard that any officers who are accused of wrongdoing are placed in a position where they have no contact with the public.

The Riverside County District Attorney’s Office has not charged Deremiah and is awaiting the CHP’s report regarding the incident.

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