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Utah’s Top DUI Cop Cited for DUI

Commander of Highway Patrol drunken driving unit reportedly blows 0.12

Salt Lake City, AP – The commander of the Utah Highway Patrol’s drunken driving unit has been cited for driving under the influence of alcohol after crashing his cruiser into a concrete barrier, authorities said… (Lt. Fred) Swain said he fell asleep at the wheel, but officers suspected he had been drinking, said Draper police Sgt. Scott Peck. Swain refused to submit to a breathalyzer test until two patrol captains talked to him, Peck said. The test showed that Swain’s blood-alcohol level was nearly 0.12 percent, Peck said. Utah’s legal limit is 0.08 percent…
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