• BEST IN STATE—Senior Courtney Schoen Lewis was named Best PR Student in Utah. Story
  • CROWBAR—Athletes compete in annual Crowbar backcountry race in Logan Canyon. CHRISTIAN HATAHWAY
  • HINDU FESTIVAL—Hundreds of Hindus and friends gather for annual Holi Festival of Colors in Spanish Fork. DANA IVINS
  • RAINBOW CELEBRATION—Holi celebrants joyfully paint themselves at Hindu festival. DANA IVINS
  • HUT! HUT! HUT!—ROTC teams compete in Ranger Challenge at Camp Williams. ALISON OSTLER. Story
  • SNOWBARD JAM—Boarders show their stuff on the Quad during Entrepreneur Week. CASSIDEE J. CLINE. Story
  • SNOWBOARD TRICKS as hotdoggers show off on the Quad during Entrepreneur Week. CASSIDEE J. CLINE. Story
  • WINTER A and the American flag over a snowy USU campus. WHITNEY PETERSON
  • QUADVIEW—A springtime view of the USU Quad and Old Main from atop the business building.
  • PRESS CONFERENCE—USU President Stan Albrecht briefing journalism students. CHRIS ROMRIELL. Story
  • HIGH-HEELIN’ IT—Men in high heels and their female supporters walk a mile to protest sex abuse. TY ROGERS
  • ELK PICNIC—Elk and humans mingle at the winter refuge at Blacksmith Fork's Hardware Ranch. CARESA ALEXANDER. Story

Man pleads guilty to third DUI

November 22nd, 2009 Posted in Opinion

By Heidi Hansen

LOGAN— Hans Peter Arendsten, 27, of Logan, charged with two counts of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, pleaded guilty Monday in 1st District Court to the first charge in exchange for having the second charge dropped.

Arendsten faces up to five years in prison for his third DUI offense. Sentencing is set for Jan. 4. He was represented by attorney Neal S. Randall and said he pleads guilty “to driving under the influence of alcohol on a public road in the state of Utah while having a breath alcohol concentration of .08 grams or greater.”

Arendsten was arrested by officer John Italasano from the North Park Police Department June 22 in the vicinity of 1700 E. 1900 North. Italasano used a breathalyzer test and found that Ardensten had a breath alcohol concentration above the legal limit, and there was a failure to appear warrant out for his arrest. Arendsten was taken into custody and booked into the Cache County Jail. He was later released on a bail bond of $1,800.

Tags: ,

  1. 2 Responses to “Man pleads guilty to third DUI”

  2. By seattle dui attorney on Dec 3, 2009

    Wow.. 3 DUI’s that is amazing. Some people do not know when to quit.

  3. By Seattle DUI Attorney on Dec 14, 2009

    Hans Peter may want to meet with a substance abuse counselor to address his lifestyle choices.

Sorry, comments for this entry are closed at this time.