Comments for: Old Town woman arrested for allegedly driving under the influence

Posted Jan. 16, 2012, at 4:01 p.m.
Last modified Jan. 16, 2012, at 4:41 p.m.

OLD TOWN | An Old Town woman who was pulled over for running a red light early Saturday was found to be intoxicated and was subsequently arrested, police said. Old Town police Sgt. Scott Casey said Sarah Hinman, 24, made a left-hand turn on a red arrow from College …

CORRECTION:

An earlier version of this story erroneously said the incident happened Monday. It happened Saturday.

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  • Anonymous

    Good job! Get the drunks off the road.

  • Anonymous

    Old Town seems to be in the news a lot lately.

  • Anonymous

    folks the inmates are running our criminal justice system

    see link for full story

              

    Apr. 14, 2006
     
    Drunk driver sues truck maker

    http://www.reviewjournal.com/lvrj_home/2006/Apr-14-Fri-2006/news/6840736.html

    FBI agent files lawsuit after pickup caught fire in January 2005

    An FBI agent who pleaded guilty to drunken driving has sued the maker
    of his pickup because it caught fire after he passed out behind the
    wheel.

    Robert Clymer, who was involved in a high-profile investigation of
    the Crazy Horse Too strip club, had a blood-alcohol content of 0.306
    percent, nearly four times the current legal limit, and was unconscious
    Police found an empty 25-ounce bottle of Captain Morgan rum on the
    passenger seat and a SIG Sauer 9 mm pistol in the truck’s cab.

    Security guards at the hotel called police about 3:20 a.m. to report a man in the parking lot with a gun.

    The man left before officers arrived, but he left behind a 15-round
    magazine from his gun. Officers matched the magazine to Robert Clymer’s
    gun.

    A weapons charge was dismissed in a plea agreement on the drunken driving charge.

    • Anonymous

      I am sure the FBI was some how involved in this OUI arrest.

  • Anonymous

    Old Town, ME    bath salt users, smelly dump, trashy trailer parks, home burglaries    daily stories  for the BDN

    • Anonymous

      I’m sure the town you live in has none of the problems that Old Town, Bangor,  Lewiston,  Lincoln,  Millinocket,   Rockland,  and all the other towns we read about in the BDN has.  You should start with local government,   work your way to Governor,  and make your high production,  low crime town a model.  
      Honestly,  the whole state,  country, and world share similar issues.

      • Anonymous

        Amen!

      • Anonymous

        Must live in Utopia, Maine

      • Anonymous

        Must be Lepage’s fault.

  • Why is this front page news?

  • Anonymous

    BDN please find some real news to print

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