Both drivers – Sudbury man and Framingham woman – suffered life-threatening injuries, said Framingham Police Lt. Stephen Cronin
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.
|Lady Obscura on Are You A Lizzie Borden Fan? Y…|
|Felina on The Wrong Interpretation…|
|Thelondonflowerlover on The Wrong Interpretation…|
|secretangel on A Storm On The Horizon Caused…|
|secretangel on Self Judgment© – My Poem…|