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Edinburg man charged with two OUIs in three days

By Paul J. Warner, BDN Staff
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BANGOR, Maine — An Edinburg man is facing two charges of operating under the influence after he was arrested for the offense twice in three days, police say.

Warren Dome, 54, was pulled over by Bangor police on Feb. 15 after a passerby reportedly witnessed a visibly intoxicated individual hit a parked vehicle and flee the scene after leaving the New Waverly bar, Sgt. Paul Edwards said Tuesday.

Police reportedly found the vehicle and Dome was given a field sobriety test. Based on the results he was charged with operating under the influence. Dome also was charged with failure to report an accident by quickest means.

On Feb. 18, Maine State Police received a report of a family fight at an Edinburg residence. Police found an intoxicated Dome and evidence suggested that he had driven to the residence, Trooper Lawrence Anderson said Tuesday.

Dome was placed under arrest and charged with operating under the influence and for violation of bail conditions.


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