Officials are seeking to get a dismissal for a Hancock County sheriff’s deputy after he was arrested for DUI. The deputy had a blood alcohol level of .16 when he crashed his vehicle on Tuesday.
Robinson’s patrol car was eastbound when he lost control on the snow-covered road and spun across the center line, striking a Chevrolet Cavalier owned by the Indiana Department of Transportation. The driver of the Cavalier was treated for minor injuries, Jester said.
Jester said Tuesday night that he did not know the other driver’s name or whether he had been treated at the scene or at a hospital. He said those details would be available today as part of the incident report.
Incoming Hancock County Sheriff Mike Shepherd expressed disappointment in the deputy’s actions.
Shepherd said he had discussed the situation with Col. Donnie Munden, who has served as acting sheriff in Hancock County since shortly after Sheriff Bud Gray was arrested Aug. 6 on a felony charge of obstruction of justice.
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