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Easton Crash Leads to DUI Arrest

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EASTON, Md. – Easton police say they arrested a man for DUI and related charges after he rear-ended a car on Route 322 at Route 50 on Friday afternoon. 

Police said Jeffrey Michael Robinson, 37, of Temple Hills, was stopped at a red light when James Hunter Behrendt, 76, of Preston, hit the back of his car. Behrendt failed sobriety tests and was charged with driving under the influence, driving while impaired and failing to control speed to avoid collision, according to investigators. He was also found at fault in connection with the crash, police said.

Robinson was charged with driving on a suspended license, police said.
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