Felony DUI 4th Offense

5On November 16, 2014 at approx 5:30pm, the Milford Police were contacted by concerned citizens and advised that a highly intoxicated male subject was in the parking lot of a local restaurant. The citizens advised that the male subject had just gotten into a vehicle and was driving away. The Milford Police responded to the area and located the vehicle based on the vehicle description provided. Police state that officers observed the vehicle travel across the center line into the opposite lane of traffic numerous times and performed a traffic stop on the vehicle on NE 10th st west of STR1. The driver was identified as Scott D. Short, 60yo of Milford. According to police, after further investigation it was revealed that Short was operating the vehicle under the influence of alcohol. Short’s BAC was revealed to be three times the legal limit. Short was arrested and charged with Felony DUI 4th offense. Short was arraigned and released on $1000.00 unsecured bond.

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