Cop Arrested in Full Uniform for Driving Drunk

@Cops&Cons obtained body camera footage of a drunk driving arrest involving a police officer that was in uniform and in his patrol vehicle.

Apopka police officer Oscar Mayorga, 26, was arrested for DWI. Police said his blood-alcohol level registered at 0.39 and 0.385. He was arrested and charged with driving under the influence.

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26 thoughts on “Cop Arrested in Full Uniform for Driving Drunk

  1. I have been cuffed more times than I would like to remember and something about it, for me is like taking a piece of my soul away! The fact that you willingly let another person handcuff your hands behind your back is such defeat!

  2. How is he still working with seizures? You can’t drive. You can’t have a drivers license with seizures.
    And then to blow a .391?? 4x the legal limit? He’s lucky he’s alive.

  3. I love the demeanor of the officer who was closest to him at the scene and in the station with him. Calm and a very nice voice. Swedish police could learn a lot from the US forces – both in regards of the whole organization and the behavior towards other people.

  4. He has seizures every 2-3 months. He is under medical care. In CA you have to be seizure free for 1 year to get the privilege of even driving. How could he even be allowed to be driving a police car??

  5. He was driving around with a empty beer can in his center console for awhile, and his fellow officers never noticed it, how is that possible? Maybe they all do that in his department.

  6. He’s a drunk liar. Why all the undeserved courtesies? Why no breath test until an hour later? Giving him time to sober up? So much for justice for all.

  7. "Do you need EMS?"

    Yes, I don't know what's happening to me but I feel like I have been drugged somehow or another. I have not taken any substances or drank any alcohol I need help.

    That's as easy as it could have been for him to get off scott free.

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