Bellingham, MA Man Arrested For Drunk Driving.

A resident of Bellingham, Massachusetts was recently arrested by the police for driving with a blood alcohol content of .232.

Earlier this summer, Michael Marshall, 49, dangerously sped down Cape Road in Milford, MA. After pulling Marshall over, Officer Jeffrey Dean of the Milford Police Department noticed that Marshall’s eyes were glassy, his speech was slurred, and that his breath emitted a strong odor of alcohol.

Marshall admitted to having two or three beers. Marshall submitted to a field sobriety test and failed all three components.

After Officer Dean arrested Marshall and subjected him to a breathalyzer, Marshall blew a .232. The legal limit in Massachusetts is .08.

This is Marshall’s fifth drunk driving charge. Marshall had only recently received his license back after it was suspended for ten years for his previous drunk driving convictions.

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