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Obama disappointed in Secret Service agents involved in DUI crash

The White House reacts to the agency’s latest case of misconduct

Opinion: We all must keep in mind that although Secret Service Agents are held to a higher standard because of what they are responsible for, they are all still human and are making human mistakes. Their actions don’t make it any easier to swallow, but they are the facts. All agents need to now prove that they are able to be trusted in their jobs and are not intentionally behaving in the manner that has recently been brought to light. The White House Is the most important office in our country and those that walk the halls must be protected by those dedicated to those inside as well as our fine country. If for whatever reason that is no longer the case, they must be removed from their jobs. Felina Silver Robinson


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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.