On September 27, 2022, a jury found Allan Gameros guilty of misdemeanor driving under the influence of alcohol and misdemeanor driving while having a 0.08% or higher blood alcohol.

On February 8, 2020, around midnight, a witness heard a couple arguing while driving down Paseo Padre Parkway in Fremont. He was concerned for the woman and turned around to check on her. He parked his vehicle next to the vehicle the couple was standing by. The witness offered to give the woman a ride and she eagerly accepted. As she began to put her items in the witness’ car, the man, the Defendant Gameros, drove away in their vehicle. A few minutes later, the defendant came back to get his girlfriend. As she was getting in the car, police pulled up. Officer Haugh detained the defendant and observed objective signs of intoxication. Officer Hancock arrived and took over the investigation. The defendant told officers he and his girlfriend were at a club and he had drunk sake prior to their arrival. He performed poorly on field sobriety tests. He consented to do a breath test and blew a blood alcohol level of .15.

The defendant was sentenced to two days of jail confinement and three years of court probation.

DDA Stephanie Richardson prosecuted the case.