CARS HOMES JOBS

Albany cop arrested for DWI

Sunday, February 17, 2013
Text Size: A | A

— A 10-year veteran of the Albany police force has been suspended without pay after being charged with DWI early Sunday.

At approximately 5 a.m., Albany police responded to a call about an auto accident in the area of South Main Avenue and Bancker Street. According to the caller, a dark-colored SUV had crashed into a row of parked cars on South Main Avenue.

Officers located a damaged SUV matching the caller’s description near the accident scene. The operator, Max Etienne, was arrested for driving while intoxicated and cited for unsafe lane movement and refusal to submit to a breath test. Police say he also refused to submit to a chemical test.

Etienne is scheduled to be arraigned Tuesday in Albany City Police Court.

According to police, further charges may be pending.

The accident is still under investigation.

 
Share story: print print email email facebook facebook reddit reddit

comments

February 18, 2013
7:41 a.m.
justapto says...

If cops can't get away with DWI; Then what chance do you have?
Don't do it. You will ruin your life, career and possibly injure people for a few drinks at some cheap gin mill bar. Don't make some bar owner rich at your expense!

Log-in to post a comment.
 

columnists & blogs


Log into Dailygazette.com

Forgot Password?

Subscribe

Username:
Password: