Rock County deputies recently arrested a Beloit male suspected of operating a vehicle while intoxicated (OWI) after he crashed into an unoccupied police vehicle, according to an article in the Journal Sentinel.
According to reports, authorities accused 43-year-old Malcolm Grady of a fourth OWI offense on March 24 after he crashed into a parked patrol vehicle in the 3700 block of Highway J. Deputies were investigating a different complaint at the time when Grady sideswiped their patrol vehicle. Captain Jude Maurer stated that Grady’s vehicle struck a tree after crashing into the parked patrol vehicle. Grady did not suffer any injuries in the wreck, and authorities took him into custody after smelling alcohol on him. Other citations were also filed against Grady after authorities discovered that he was driving with a revoked license and that he did not have insurance.
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