Brookings Fireplace Chief Darrell Hartmann has been given a court docket date for driving below the affect in keeping with The Brookings Register.
Hartmann was arrested for driving below the affect or for a DUI on Friday evening (March 19, 2021) by Brookings Police after failing a area sobriety take a look at.
“On (Friday), March 19, at 11:56 p.m., Chief Darrell Hartmann was stopped by an officer of the Brookings Police Division for a site visitors violation. Roadside checks had been administered, and Chief Hartmann was subsequently arrested for DUI,” Brookings Police Chief Dave Erickson wrote in an e-mail to the Register Monday- The Brookings Register.
A Fb web page put up from the Brookings County State’s Legal professional Workplace stated that Hartmann’s first court docket look is scheduled for April 26, 2021 at 9:00 AM.
Hartmann’s present employment standing with the Brookings Fireplace Division and or the town of Brookings is presently unknown as the town chooses to “.. not publicly touch upon personnel issues” in keeping with Brookings Metropolis Supervisor Paul Briseno.
State’s Legal professional Dan Nelson says regardless of Hartmann’s title, this case will likely be dealt with identical to another DUI cost in keeping with Related Press by way of US News.
Hartmann has but to commit on the state of affairs.