Connecticut trooper charged with drunken driving after crashing police cruiser on Route 44

ASHFORD, Connecticut – Last week, a trooper crashed his cruiser on Route 44 in Ashford due to which he was charged for driving under the influence, according to the Connecticut State Police.

David Lavoie, 43, was not on-duty when he crashed his cruiser on early Wednesday morning, State police spokesman Lt. J. Paul Vance told The Bulletin of Norwich. Lavoie works out of the Troop C barracks on Tolland and has been placed on administrative duty pending an investigation.

Lavoie suffered non-life threatening injury and the cruiser was heavily damaged in the crash. He was released on $500 bail and is summoned to Danielson Superior Court on 5th of March.

It is not yet confirmed if he had an attorney or not.

News Source:

Share this Article

Avatar photo

About the Author

42 Years of Experience in Your Corner. Rare to Find an Attorney This Knowledgeable, Passionate, and Available. Law Office of Jack O'Donnell, LLC.

Free Initial Consultation
Get Help Now