BREWER, Maine — A Brewer man who was arrested twice last month on drunken driving charges was arrested again Friday night after allegedly violating his bail conditions, namely the one prohibiting him from using or possessing alcoholic beverages.
Brewer police arrested Lucas Williams, 36, after they were called to a Kings Court residence about 9:30 p.m. to remove Williams, who was refusing to leave, Brewer police Cpl. Nelson Feero said Monday.
When officers arrived they determined that Williams had been drinking and charged him with violating the conditions of his release from two arrests for operating under the influence that occurred eight days apart.
The first OUI arrest occurred Jan. 21, when Brewer police arrested WIlliams after his pickup truck slid off Green Point Road and struck a snowbank, according to police reports.
The second one happened on Jan. 30, after Brewer police received a tip from Bangor police that Williams had just left a business on Union Street in Bangor in a green GMC pickup truck and that he likely was intoxicated.
Shortly after receiving the information, Brewer police found Williams in the parking lot of a Brewer business. At that time, Williams also was charged with violation of the conditions of his release from the Jan. 21 arrest, also in Brewer.