A Tulsa police officer who’s accused of inflicting an on-duty collision whereas drunk is dealing with costs of misdemeanor DUI and carrying a firearm whereas below the affect.
Officer Todd Snedegar was arrested July 3 after his police cruiser rear-ended one other automotive at a cease gentle at forty first Avenue and Memorial Drive about 8:15 a.m. that day, in line with a Tulsa Police Division information launch. The fees had been filed Wednesday, in line with court docket paperwork.
Nobody was injured within the crash.
A patrol supervisor on the scene smelled the odor of alcohol on Snedegar’s breath, and Snedegar acknowledged that he had “two pictures” the night time earlier than the collision, an arrest report states.
He accomplished a breath check that confirmed a 0.11% blood-alcohol focus. The authorized restrict for driving is 0.08%.
He had with him a police firearm and a private firearm, each of which had been confiscated, in line with the arrest report.
Snadegar was booked into the Tulsa County jail July 3 however has been launched on bond, in line with on-line jail data.
He has been faraway from patrol and positioned on restricted task as a result of prison investigation.
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