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Milford Man Charged With 5th Offense DUI

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MILFORD, Del.- Delaware State Police have arrested a Milford man for his 5th offense DUI after they say he was found passed out behind the wheel of his car on Tuesday night. 

Police said that at around 8:40 p.m. a concerned citizen contacted the Sussex County Emergency Operations Center (9-1-1) to report someone unconscious behind the wheel of a brown Ford Taurus stopped in the area of the 7000 block of North Union Church Road. Troopers said that just prior to that, a caller reported the Ford Taurus was traveling southbound all over the road. 

Police said that upon the arrival of troopers and EMS, 29-year-old Jeffrey A. Bradley, of Milford, was located in the driver’s seat passed out and was revived by EMS performing a sternum rub.  He immediately became disorderly with the emergency responders on the scene and was taken into custody without further incident and transported to Bayhealth Milford Memorial Hospital where he was evaluated by hospital staff, according to police.

Troopers said that while in the emergency room, Bradley once again became combative with the staff and attempted to flee the hospital, but was unsuccessful and was once again placed in custody by a trooper.

Police said Bradley was eventually discharged and transported to Troop 5 in Bridgeville where a computer check revealed he had four previous DUI convictions (06/30/06, 05/01/07, 04/21/08, and 04/21/10), with this arrest making number five.  He was charged with 5th offense driving under the influence of alcohol, resisting arrest, failure to have insurance in possession and failure to have registration in possession. He was ordered held in the Sussex Correctional Institution on $7,500 cash bond.

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