Police arrested a man on suspicion of intoxicated driving Friday after he allegedly went the wrong way on Highway 101 and struck a vehicle near Sausalito.
The investigation started at about 12:15 a.m., when police received a report of a potentially drunken driver heading north on the Golden Gate Bridge in a Land Rover Range Rover, said Officer Darrel Horner of the California Highway Patrol.
A short time later, the Land Rover went south in the northbound lanes and crashed into a Honda CRV. Based on witness accounts, police think the driver of the Land Rover might have entered the wrong lanes from the Seminary Drive exit in Strawberry, Horner said.
Medics took the driver of the Honda to a hospital for treatment of minor injuries.
Police booked Jack Guiney, 30, of Berkeley into the Marin County Jail on felony counts of intoxicated driving and causing injury, and driving the wrong way on a highway and causing injury. He remained in custody Friday morning in lieu of $50,000 bail.
https://www.eastbaytimes.com/2023/10/16/marin-chp-wrong-way-intoxicated-driver-arrested-after-highway-101-crash/ East Bay man arrested for wrong-way intoxicated driver after Highway 101 crash