DWI Lands Man in San Antonio Jail

Bexar County Jail DWI

After enjoying a night out on the town, opting to use a San Antonio rideshare company is a safe bet for individuals who don’t have a designated driver. Calling on a local driver is a smart way to prevent and avoid drunk driving incidents. Unfortunately, drunk people tend to exhibit poor decision-making skills and get into a lot of trouble with law enforcement officials.

Such is the case of one San Antonio man whose drunken journey ended with a night in jail and a hefty fine.

The San Antonio Housing Authority building on South Flores Street was crashed into by a drunk driver around midnight on January 7, 2016. There were no fatalities reported. According to a San Antonio news source, 23-year-old Daniel Perez Muñoz was charged with a class B misdemeanor and issued a $1,000 bond.[1]

Although there were two people inside the crashed sedan, police have not indicated whether the second person will face charges.

At McRae Bail Bonds we know that too much drinking can lead to arrest and incarceration in the Bexar County Jail. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to answer your questions about bail bonds and the steps you’ll have to take to get out of jail. Call us now at (210) 463-5561 if you have questions about getting a bail bond in San Antonio.