A man arrested by Massachusetts State Police for allegedly Drunk Driving Sunday had allegedly left his two children in the car, and were not discovered until the vehicle was at the tow lot.
Fredly Misere was before the Attleboro District Court for arraignment on several OUI / DUI Second Subsequent Offense, including Operating Under the Influence of Alcohol.
According to the Massachusetts State Police, Misere’s car was parked along the I-95 when it was discovered by a passing state trooper. The trooper reported that Misere was allegedly passed out and had a bottle of beer in his lap.
Misere was eventually arrested on scene, and a tow truck was called to two the car. It was eventually taken to a tow lot, and only then did police discover that there was a 4 year old and a 4 month old in the back seat.
Following Field Sobriety Tests at the tow lot, Misere was arrested for OUI 2nd Subsequent Offense, Negligent Operating of a Motor Vehicle, and Child Endangerment While Operating Under the Influence of Alcohol.
The Massachusetts DUI / OUI Crime of Child Endangerment While Operating Under the Influence of Alcohol punishes those who operated a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or drugs with a child 14 years of age or younger the car.
Child Endangerment While OUI is punishable by a minimum 90 days to 2.5 years in the House of Corrections, along with a Driver’s License suspension for 1 year; or for subsequent offenders, 3 to 5 years in state prison, with a license suspension for 3 years.
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