The infractions are ramping up in Colorado as the weather gets nicer, this time a Jefferson County Sheriff's Office commander, unfortunately. Whether you are a member of law enforcement or a civilian, driving safely is paramount to saving your own life, and others.
Here is the article from the Denver Post:
A Jefferson County Sheriff's Office commander was arrested earlier this month for driving while under the influence and careless driving.
Sheriff's department spokesman Mark Techmeyer confirmed a report, first reported by CBS4, that Kenneth Ester, a member of the department for more than 30 years, was stopped on May 2.
According to Techmeyer, because of a potential conflict of interest b Ester was stopped by Jefferson County deputies b the case was turned over to the Colorado State Patrol.
Techmeyer said Ester was placed on paid administrative leave following the incident.
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