BERLIN, Md.- Maryland State Police say a Berlin man is charged with DUI after he crashed his scooter Monday night.
State police say 21-year-old Travis Alexander Sink, of Berlin, was traveling south along Route 589 near McCallister Road on a 2010 Tomos scooter around 8:20 p.m.. Police say Sink lost control of the scooter and crashed into a ditch next to the road.
Police say Sink refused medical treatment, but it was determined through the investigation that he may have been impaired.
Investigators say Sink performed poorly on a field sobriety test and was arrested.
Sink was transported to the Maryland State Police Berlin Barrack, but police say he refused to submit to a breath test. Troopers say he was subsequently charged with the collision event and the DUI.
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