Brazil assistant police chief faces DUI charges

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The assistant police chief of a western Indiana community has been arrested for driving under the influence.

Indiana State Police said 43-year-old Dennis Archer of Brazil faces preliminary misdemeanor charges of operating a vehicle with a blood alcohol concentration of about .08 and operating a vehicle while intoxicated endangering a person. A listed home phone number for Archer was disconnected on Sunday. It was immediately unclear if he had an attorney.

Brazil Police Chief Clint McQueen told WTHI-TV that the department is aware of the arrest but didn’t have the full details. He declined comment.

Authorities say Archer was stopped Saturday morning for unsafe lane movement.

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