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California cheerleading coach arrested for DUI while driving student athlete at cheer camp

A California high school cheerleading coach was arrested and charged with DUI while overseeing her team’s stay at a cheer camp.
As reported by the Sacramento Bee, 22-year-old Roseville head cheerleading coach Gabriella Vega was arrested at Sonoma State when the car she was driving struck a tree. Officers at the school reportedly measured her blood alcohol limit and discovered it was more than three times the legal limit.
The former Sacramento State cheerleader had one of her 17-year-old student athletes in the car at the time of the crash.
No serious injuries were recorded in connection with the crash, and Vega was later released after posting $10,000 bond