Former Connecticut Police Chief Charged With Driving Under The Influence

WESTPORT – According to police reports, 61-year-old Alfred Fiore, a former Connecticut police chief, has been charged with driving under the influence.

Fiore was arrested by the officers after he failed to perform field sobriety tests at the scene after a minor car crash. The officers then took Fiore to Westport police headquarters for a breathalyzer test which he refused.

His record shows that he served as the Westport police chief for seven years before he retired in 2011.

Fiore was charged with operating under the influence. He was released on a $250 bond and is scheduled to make a court appearance on 5 June.

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