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Magnolia Man Arrested for 4th Offense DUI

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FELTON, Del.- Authorities say a Magnolia man has been arrested for his 4th offense DUI following a weekend traffic stop in Harrington.

Harrington police said that while on patrol Saturday on Route 13 in the area of Delaware Avenue, officers stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation. When the officers came into contact with the driver, identified as 54-year-old Joseph D. Pierce, they said they detected the odor of alcohol coming from the vehicle.

A computer check revealed that Pierce's driving license was revoked and he had three previous DUI arrests, according to police.

After administering field sobriety tests to Pierce, officers took was arrested for fourth-offense DUI, driving with a suspended or revoked license and failure to report address change. Pierce was then transported to Justice of the Peace Court 3 for arraignment. He was issued a $3,600 secured bond and committed to the Sussex Correctional Institute.

 

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