MADISON, Maine — A North Anson man was arrested early Monday morning after Madison police determined he was intoxicated, police Cpl. Joe Mitchell said Monday.
Robert Corrigan, 46, of North Anson was pulled over on Route 148 just after midnight when Madison police Officer Toby Blodgett noticed him driving erratically.
Corrigan subsequently failed several sobriety tests and was charged with operating under the influence, according to Mitchell. Corrigan was taken to the Madison police station and later freed on $500 bail.
Corrigan’s first court appearance is scheduled for Aug. 24 in Skowhegan District Court. (Ryan McLaughlin, BDN)