DARIEN, Conn. -- A Darien man was arrested by an off-duty Darien police officer on drunken driving charges after he stopped in an intersection and appeared intoxicated, according to the Darien Times.
Corey Davis, 46, stopped about five feet away from the officer and when asked if he needed help he didn't reply, the Darien Times reported. When the officer approached the black SUV Davis was driving he could smell the odor of alcohol coming from inside the vehicle, police told the Darien Times. As the officer reached inside to remove the keys, he noticed two boys in carseats in the backseat, said the Darien Times.
Davis denied he had been drinking and told police that he had not slept the night before, according to the Darien Times. When he could not complete a series of sobriety tests, he was arrested, police told the Darien Times. Davis was also arrested following a traffic accident in 2013 in which he was charged with DUI and had his children in the car, added the Darien Times.
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