David Stubbers

David Stubbers, 26, Was Arrested For Felony DUI Friday Morning

David Stubbers, 26 years old from San Diego, was arrested for felony DUI after his car collided with that driven by 23 year old Guadelupe Sanchez Castellanos early Friday morning, according to the California Highway Patrol.

CHP reports an accident on U.S. 101 near Golf Course Drive in Rohnert Park, CA around 4:45 a.m.

Early Life and Education

David was raised in Greencreek, Idaho as the fourth child and attended school until 8th grade. Afterward, he transferred to St. John Bosco Academy for 7th grade where he fell in love with how teachers integrated God into their classes. Additionally, David enjoyed sports so much that he helped coach a youth soccer team for 10 weeks before joining Manatee High School’s varsity tennis team as captain and enjoying playing tennis more than ever before!

He enjoys helping others and is currently employed as a counselor at Bradenton’s YMCA, teaching tennis to young children. With plans of attending college in business and music, he hopes to make an impact in his community by helping construct a local playground. In his free time he enjoys playing golf, watching sports and reading books.

Achievements and Honors

David Stubbers is an exemplary student at Summit Academy, having earned several awards for his exceptional performance and being named one of the three recipients of the Dean Stubbers Award. A kind and approachable individual, David strives to make everyone feel welcomed at school.

David has been playing tennis since he was six years old, and is currently captain of Manatee High school’s varsity tennis team. Additionally, he works as a counselor at Bradenton’s YMCA where he teaches young children tennis and other sports like soccer or swimming. David has an interest in economics and hopes to attend college someday; additionally, he enjoys helping others – something which he’s been doing for the past two summers.

Personal Life

David Stubbers is an introverted who loves helping others. As captain of Manatee High School’s varsity tennis team and with experience teaching young children how to play the sport, Stubbers found great fulfillment in his two summer roles coaching tennis and soccer at Bradenton YMCA.

Last Friday morning in Rohnert Park, Stubbers became the talk of the town after his involvement in a DUI accident that claimed 23-year-old Guadelupe Sanchez Castellanos’ life and left him facing charges of felony driving under the influence (DUI). The crash occurred on southbound U.S. Highway 101 near Golf Course Drive at 4:45 a.m. when Stubbers was allegedly in the wrong lane and collided head-on with Castellanos’ Mazda 3.

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