May 2016

Quincy District Court – The officer reported that after responding to the report of an accident, he spoke with the client who according to the victim had turned left in front of her car while she was driving straight. The officer stated the client fumbled through his pockets for his license swaying sideways as he switched from pocket to pocket, had thick, slurred speech, stated he was turning left and didn't see the car, smelled like alcohol, had bloodshot and glassy eyes, was unsteady on his feet and said he had a few beers earlier. The officer reported the client could not count backwards as instructed and failed the one leg stand and walk and turn field sobriety tests. – CASE DISMISSED

Quincy District Court – The officer reported that after responding to an accident, he came into contact with "Person A" who had hit the client's car after the client had cut in front of him. The officer stated that Person A told him that the client had left before he could get any of his information. The officer further stated that two other officers came into contact with the client after the officer was able to run a license plate given to him by Person A and got an address. The officer reported the client matched the description the witnesses gave and was confirmed to be him at a show-up (Person A and a witness were 100% sure and two other witnesses were 99% sure). The officer stated the client was unsteady on his feet and that the two other officers said the client smelled strongly of alcohol. – BAC 0.19, CASE DISMISSED