On Saturday afternoon Rudolph Simarro was arrested by Maricopa Police for Driving under the influence of alcohol and domestic violence disorderly conduct.
“Rudolph (Simarro) was stopped for failing to stop for the stop sign coming from McCord Drive onto Duncan Drive,” an officer wrote in their probable cause statement. “As I was speaking with Rudolph, a reporting party called Maricopa Police and reported a vehicle matching the description of Rudolph’s vehicle was seen driving erratically on West Neely Drive.”
Simarro told officers he had been in a verbal argument with his daughter and an officer noticed he had scratches on his arm. He told police they were from a brush with a bush.
The officer asked him to step out of the vehicle and noticed a strong odor of alcohol. Simarro allegedly told police he had two beers.
A field test was conducted, and officers observed two indicators of impairment.
While tests were taking place on Simarro, another team of officers went to where his daughter was located on West Neely Drive.
She told police Simarro was driving erratically up and down Neely Drive and left skid marks on the roadway and curb.
She said that he tried to get into the house, but she wouldn’t let him in “due to him misbehaving due to being drunk.”
She told police he had been staying at her house for the past month and that he attempted to break into the house when she wouldn’t let him inside, eventually getting in and physically fighting with her, her mother and a brother.
She said Simarro left once but returned, “to collect his items but got into physical altercations again.”
Simarro was arrested and charged with DUI with a blood alcohol content in excess of 0.08 and domestic violence disorderly conduct.