RAYMOND, Maine — Cumberland County Sheriff’s are commending the efforts of a deputy who ended a harmful drunk driving scenario in Raymond.
Round 3:30 p.m. Saturday police say they pulled over a automotive on Webbs Mills Highway that had allegedly left the scene of a disturbance in Grey simply earlier than.
The deputy on scene arrested 44-year-old Susan Brown of Topsham for Working Below the Affect, police stated.
Cops say whereas arresting Brown, the passenger within the automotive, 42-year-old Mark Whittaker of Raymond, moved to the motive force aspect and tried to drive away after he realized the automotive could be towed.
Police say Whittaker was extremely intoxicated and had a suspended license.
Police add that the deputy needed to forcefully take away him from the automotive.
Whittaker was charged with Refusing to Undergo Arrest and Disorderly Conduct.
The Cumberland County Sheriff’s Workplace credited the deputy for stopping a second drunk driver from getting on the street.
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