By Garth O'Brien | March 21, 2009
Filed Under DUI News
Yakima, Washington – March 2, 2009. Tarin Miller, 39, is a police officer for the City of Yakima. She has been hailed as a force in curtailing gangs and graffiti, but she has found herself in hot water. On March 2nd she was stop by a colleague which led to an investigation for Driving Under the Influence.
Her fellow Yakima officer called in a trooper of the Washington State Patrol. Details about Miller’s arrest are limited, but it is known her blood alcohol content was 0.16. The DUI legal limit for Washington is 0.08. Miller was twice the legal limit and will be facing higher mandatory DUI penalties since her test result was equal or greater than 0.15.