Arrested for DWI – but its an Officer – Not Good for the 99% of the Great One’s…

A police officer was fired after being charged with DUI while in his patrol vehicle in South Carolina. Officers received a call about a suspicious car at a Chesterfield fast food restaurant early Sunday morning and upon arrival, found the officer in his unmarked patrol unit, according to Carolina Live. Chesterfield Police Chief Eric Hewett said he was stopped as he pulled into the driveway of a home nearby and would not take a field sobriety test or breathalyzer. The think blue line seems blurry in these areas because on one hand the man will loose everything from career to future plans for his family, but there is no room for professional courtesy in these cases… Bad decision and the officer was arrested and taken into custody like any other “Joe” to Chesterfield County Detention Center. Cheraw Police Chief Jay Brooks was quoted saying; “David Watson is a fine officer and person who has made a very dangerous mistake. We deeply regret this for him, his family and friends, and this department.”

More to follow…

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Active Shooter Training and Domestic Terrorism Prevention Expert PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY: Chris Grollnek is a dynamic Public Speaker and forward-thinking Director of Security Prevention Standards and Programs. Interview and Investigation specialist with a record of success at the Executive and National level for Leadership and Management efficiencies regarding Policy and the Curriculum Development for Terrorism related Prevention. Complete understanding of government and corporate contracting and investigative programs to enhance corporate standards of policy implementation. An architect of efficiencies with a results-oriented pattern of success in investigative techniques, security, safety, sales leadership, and interviewing while leading teams and establishing best practices. A well-versed public speaker, freelance television contributor, and radio news commentator. Experience in testifying before serval governmental bodies, including The United States Congressional bodies of the House and Senate committees regarding Terrorism Prevention, Response, and Training Initiatives.
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