Richmond Police say a drunk driver crashed into a parked police motorcycle Saturday night as an officer was conducting an investigation.
A post on the department's Facebook page said "the car crashed into the officer's motorcycle at a significant rate of speed; we are extremely grateful that no one was killed."
Police said the intoxicated driver had a felony DUI warrant for his arrest and was already on probation for DUI. According to police, a roadside breath test showed the suspect's blood alcohol level was more than three times the legal limit of .08.
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Police said there were "minor juries" but didn't specify who was injured.
A similar incident happened in Oakland Sunday morning, when a person suspected of drunk driving was arrested after crashing into a Alameda County sheriff's vehicle and injuring the deputy inside.