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Officer Charged with DUI – it can happen to anyone.

Posted by Nathan Webb | Dec 19, 2012 | 0 Comments

Folks: a DUI arrest can happen to anyone, even he will need skilled representation.

The Washington State Patrol in Thurston County arrested Lakewood Police Officer Shawn Noble for suspicion of driving while under the influence on Oct. 22 at 12:57 a.m., said Lakewood Police Lt. Chris Lawler. A Lakewood Police internal investigation has been launched into the criminal case where Noble, 30, was stopped for speeding and an improper lane change while off duty driving his personal vehicle. Noble was given a breath test and the results were a sample of .099 and .098. The legal limit in Washington state is .08. There are no restrictions, Lawler said, currently on Officer Noble's driving status that prevents him from performing his duties as a Lakewood Police Officer.

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