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Sgt. Timothy Kelly arrested by Lowell police last week

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TEWKSBURY, Mass. — A Tewksbury police sergeant was put on leave after being arrested on drunken driving charges last week in Lowell.

Sgt. Timothy Kelly, 48, was charged by Lowell police with operating under the influence of alcohol, the Lowell Sun reported.

Police Chief Tim Sheehan told the paper Kelly was put on leave last Friday and an investigation is underway.

Kelly has been with the department since 1995, is a member of the motorcycle unit and has worked as the town’s K9 officer, according to the department’s website.

Kelly was scheduled to be in court Friday.


Woman eight months pregnant involved in drunken crash, police say

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ATTLEBORO, Mass. — Prosecutors say an Attleboro man drunkenly rammed his pickup truck into the rear of his pregnant daughter’s car during an argument.

Joseph Moore III was held on $5,000 bail after pleading not guilty Thursday to charges including drunken driving and assault and battery with a dangerous weapon.

The Sun Chronicle reports that the 25-year-old woman, who’s eight months pregnant, declined medical treatment at the scene Wednesday afternoon.

Prosecutors say the woman drove away after an argument and Moore, with a blood alcohol content of .20, chased her and rear-ended her at an intersection. He then fled to a relative’s home.

Prosecutors say the impact knocked the cellphone from her hand.

Moore’s lawyer said vehicle damage was minor and noted that his client’s daughter did not obtain an emergency restraining order.


BROCKTON, Mass. — A Brockton man was arrested for drunk driving after police said he was asleep behind the wheel in the center lane at the intersection of Main Street and Legion Parkway early Monday morning.

The intersection is the same place where a 42-year-old father of three was killed in a car accident Saturday morning, the Enterprise reported.

Joao V. DeAndrade, 53, of 60 Martland Ave., Brockton was charged with drunk driving and failure to stop ior yield.

Police found DenAndrade asleep behind the wheel in a black Mercedes in the center lane on Main Street facing north at 1:57 a.m. Monday.

“His head was resting on his chest,” said Brockton Police Lt. Robert Sergio. “The operator’s foot was on the brake and the vehicle was in drive.”

When officers woke DeAndrade, Sergio said, he seemed confused. Officers asked him to put the car in park and he took his foot off the brake, rolled a couple feet forward before putting it in park.

Police said he failed field sobriety tests and was placed under arrest.

DeAndrade is expected to be arraigned in Brockton District Court Monday.


 


Brian Preiss healing after Rollinsford crash; Driver faces up to 30 years in prison

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At 51-years-old I’m not quite sure what could have been going through the mind of Alan L. Baillargeon being clocked at 126 mph. It’s bad enough that he was drunk, but speeding like that is absolutely insane,he is so lucky that no one was hurt or he would have even more charges to newer to.


49-year-old Owen Gilman of Warwick, RI, didn’t think twice about driving drunk with his 10-year-old son and his 12-year-old daughter in the car yesterday. It sad when a 10-year-old child has to dial “911″ threatening to jump from a moving car because he fears for his life. Imagine the thoughts that were flashing through the children’s minds. To make matters worse, Mr. Gilman had Marijuana and drug paraphernalia in the car. He must have been out of his mind to think that nothing was going to happen to him or his children. In the state he was in, he most likely just didn’t care. Most parents know that your children’s safety should always come first. If you plan on being dumb enough to drink and do drugs, make sure your children are with a responsible and reliable person. Don’t risk the lives for others just because you are irresponsible. I thank the good lord that the children escaped only with lacerations, but we all know the emotional scars may last a lifetime. Shame on you Mr. Gilman. To read more on this story click here to read the article from CBS News: Boy, 10, calls 911, says father driving drunk, he might jump http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-201_162-57596682/boy-10-calls-911-says-father-driving-drunk-he-might-jump/

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