BRAZIL, Ind. (WTHI) - The Mayor of Brazil says Assistant Police Chief/Captain Dennis Archer will keep his position with the Brazil Police Department after being arrested on a drunk driving charge.
According to Indiana State Police, Captain Archer was pulled over on U.S. Highway 40 near West Street in Brazil around 1:40am Saturday. Police say Archer was stopped for an unsafe lane move.
Brazil's mayor said the town's assistant police chief, Dennis Archer will keep his job with the police department after he was arrested on a drunk driving charge. Do you think he should have been fired or was letting him stay a good call?
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Police said Archer had a blood alcohol content of .09%. The legal limit is .08%. Archer faces charges for driving under the influence of alcohol and was ticketed for an unsafe lane move.
Mayor Brian Wyndham told News 10 the incident happened off-duty and that Archer was not in his squad car. Wyndham said Archer's status with the Police Department will not change.
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