WATERVILLE, Maine — A Fairfield woman whom police said had a high blood-alcohol level is facing an operating under the influence charge.
Angela Murray, 38, was traveling on Main Street around 2 a.m. Sunday when police observed her straddling the lane markers, Waterville Deputy Chief Charles Rumsey said.
Upon being stopped, Murray failed several field sobriety tests, Rumsey said. While Rumsey could not release Murray’s blood-alcohol content, he said it was “fairly high.”
After police placed Murray under arrest, they discovered her passenger, Jason Annis, 28, of Vassalboro, had an active warrant for unpaid restitution.
Police arrested him on the warrant and also summoned him for possession of marijuana, Rumsey said.
Murray was booked into the Waterville police station and released on bail. Annis was unable to post $500 bail so he was taken to the Kennebec County Correctional Facility.