The former mayor of Murrieta Tuesday pleaded not guilty to felony drunk driving charges following an October crash that injured four high school cheerleaders.
Former Murrieta Mayor Alan Long is facing new legal troubles in the wake of the alleged DUI crash that left four teens injured last month.
Voters have elected Alan Long – who resigned last month after being arrested on suspicion of felony DUI following a crash that injured four teenagers – to a City Council seat.
Murrieta Mayor Alan Long, who was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving after a crash that injured four teenagers, resigned Monday.
The public gave an earful to local leaders and homeland security officials.
Murrieta Mayor Alan Long is urging residents to fight a plan to fly migrant families from Texas for processing at a border patrol facility in the city.