Boca Raton mortgage broker charged with enhanced DUI

Rising interest rates. Police said the mortgage broker’s blood alcohol level was too.

Ryan Brandenburger, Courtesy Palm Beach County Jail.


BOYNTON BEACH, FL ( (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) – Mortgage brokers are supposed to be good with numbers. So maybe Ryan Brandenburger wasn’t surprised when he provided Boynton Beach police with a breath sample that was said to be so high he was handcuffed and jailed for drunk driving.

According to jail and court records reviewed by, Brandenburger was pulled over by Boynton Beach police for speeding in the Boynton Beach Blvd area. and I-95 early Saturday morning while driving a Porsche.

Brandenburger reportedly provided a breath or blood sample showing a blood alcohol level of 0.15. This is nearly twice the legal limit of 0.08, and high enough to generate an “enhanced” DUI charge.

Brandenburger, 45, of NW 2nd Avenue in Delray Beach, was charged with “DUI – Illegal Blood Alcohol – 0.15 or greater.” He was taken to the Palm Beach County Jail at 7:19 a.m. and released at 12:30 p.m. on his own recognizance. He now has a court date of September 19. Brandenburger was also cited for not having valid proof of insurance at the time of the traffic stop.

Brandenburger is employed by a mortgage company in the Boca Raton area.

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