29-year-old Esteysi Sanchez of Oceanside was charged in the hit and run death of a pedestrian. Authorities allege that Sanchez drove under the influence and struck the pedestrian who was walking along a sidewalk. The force of the collision caused the pedestrian, Jack Ray Tenhulzen, to crash through the front windshield landing in her front passenger seat. Court documents indicate that Sanchez drove for a mile before parking her vehicle and walking home. Bail was set at $1.5 million and a San Diego County Judge has required her to wear an alcohol and location-monitoring device upon release.
Alcohol and Location Monitoring Devices
The latest technology in alcohol monitoring can include GPS location monitoring or even house arrest/curfew compliance. Depending on your needs, the newest SCRAM bracelets not only test for alcohol consumption but can also give assurance that an offender is complying with travel restrictions. The SCRAMx technology allows a court, probation, or other agency to see that an offender is following a predetermined house curfew. The bracelet creates an alert if the person is not in compliance. To find out more about SCRAMx features or to learn about the SCRAM GPS device, contact Diversified Monitoring Systems today at 714-245-9910.