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Delmar Man Charged With 8th DUI

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DELMAR, Md. – A Delmar man was arrested Friday for what the sheriff’s office says was his eighth DUI.

According to Wicomico County sheriff’s deputies, police made contact with Frank Grazier, 56, on West Market Street just west of the Circle at around 4:50 p.m. on Friday. Police had been contacted by an anonymous driver who claimed to be following a swerving vehicle heading west on East Market Street.

Police stopped the identified vehicle and said they could smell a strong odor of alcohol from the driver, Grazier’s, breath. The sheriff’s office says Grazier was given a series of standard field sobriety tests that he failed. A breath test revealed he had a blood alcohol content of 0.242.

Police then discovered Grazier had been convicted of seven prior DUI offenses and had his driver’s license suspended. He was charged with his eighth DUI and driving with a suspended license and committed to to the Sussex Correctional Institute in lieu of a $15,000 bond.

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