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Middlesex Sheriff's Dept. Sergeant Charged With Drunk Driving In Connection With Two-Car Crash

Nov 19, 2015 11:38AM ● By Bill Gilman

Tewksbury Police Headquarters.

A 19-year-veteran of the Middlesex County Sheriff's Department was arraigned Monday in connection with a two-car crash that took place in Tewksbury Friday night.
Sgt. David T. Fleming, 48, of Tewksbury, pleaded not guilty to OUI-liquor, negligent operation of a motor vehicle and a traffic violation.
According to court records, Fleming was arrested Friday night following a two-car crash on Main Street.  Fleming allegedly admitted to responding officers that he had hit another vehicle and, when asked, allegedly admitted he had been drinking vodka.
In their report, officers described Fleming as being "falling down drunk."
Fleming was released on personal recognizance, pending a pre-trial conference on Dec. 22.
As terms of his release, Fleming must submit to random screens, is prohibited from consuming alcohol, can't drive without a valid license and must take all prescribed medications.
Fleming has been placed on administrative leave by the Sheriff's office pending the outcome of the investigation.

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