DWI Task Force attracts drunks

By LeaAnne Klentzman 

DWIAttractsSugar Land Police Department was in the midst of a DWI Task force operation when a drunk plowed into a traffic stop.

It was almost 2:30 a.m. on the morning of March 12, when two police cars were hit by an imparted driver along State Highway 6 S near the intersection of Oyster Creek Trail.

According to police spokesman Doug Adolph, the Task Force had taken one driver into custody and as they worked that scene, another, reportedly imparted, driver crashed into the rear end of one patrol car forcing that one into yet another car; all the time the original arrestee was in the back seat. After everything came to a stop, the second suspected drunk driver was in custody for careening his car into one patrol car that was then crashed into the second patrol car.  In all, four cars had to be towed from the scene. Adolph said no injuries were initially reported.

This night for the Sugar Land DWI Task Force ended with a bang; two suspected DWI drivers in jail, two police cars wrecked, and two suspect’s cars towed. Future DWI Task Force operations are scheduled to continue across Fort Bend County. Hopefully they will not be quite so attractive in the future.

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