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Haverhill Woman Charged with DUI and Drugs After Asking Police for Directions

A Haverhill woman was arrested and charged with Massachusetts Drunk Driving and Drug Crimes after reportedly asking a police officer for directions.

According to the Methuen Police Department, the police officer suspected her of operating under the influence of alcohol after he smelled alcohol on her breath and her allegedly slurring her words. The police officer reportedly asked the woman if she had had anything to drink and the woman allegedly admitted to having had shots of of hard liquor.

She was eventually arrested after allegedly submitting to and failing Field Sobriety Tests.

Following her arrest, however, an inventory search of the car revealed over 30 grams of cocaine and 23 prescription pills, along with marijuana.

The Methuen woman was eventually charged with Operating Under the Influence of Alcohol, Drug Trafficking in Cocaine and Unlawful Possession of a Controlled Substance for the prescription pills.

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