Harrington Man Arrested On 5th DUI Charge - 47 ABC - Delmarva's Choice

Harrington Man Arrested On 5th DUI Charge

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50-year-old Jerry Legates, of Harrington 50-year-old Jerry Legates, of Harrington

HARRINGTON, Del. - A Harrington man has been charged with his fifth DUI offense.

Harrington Police say on Monday, they went to Dorman Street for a report of a suspicious vehicle. When they arrived on scene, officers say they found 50-year-old Jerry Legates, passed out behind the wheel of his vehicle with the motor running.

Police say they preformed field tests, before bringing Legates to the Department for a blown intoxilyzer machine test, which he also reportedly failed.

Legates was charged with his 5th DUI offense, along with failure to comply with taking photos and fingerprints, and failure to have required insurance. He is now being held at SCI on bond.

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