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Alexandria Police Chief charged with .19 DWI out of Arlington, Virginia car accident


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7/26/2009
Tom Foster
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David Baker, the Alexandria Virginia Police Chief was arrested on July 25, 2009 for DWI with a reported blood alcohol level of .19.  Chief Baker was involved in an automobile accident that sent at least one person to the hospital.  Chief Baker was placed on paid leave. This accident and arrest occurred in Arlington.  Chief Baker was in an Alexandria police department vehicle.



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1 Comments to "Alexandria Police Chief charged with .19 DWI out of Arlington, Virginia car accident"

Paid leave? He was in a police department vehicle as well? That is bogus!
Posted by PQ on July 27, 2009 at 12:38 PM

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