New York: Albany police spokesman busted for DWI; only 3 months before being eligible to retire

This bozo was drunk and operating his police vehicle without headlights

ALBANY – Albany Police arrested Albany Police Detective James Miller on Friday night. They say he was drunk.
Miller, a 19-year veteran of Albany Police Department, who is three months shy of reaching retirement age, is well known after serving as the department’s public information spokesman for many years.
He is suspended without pay and due in Albany Police Court on misdemeanor DWI charges on Monday morning.
Miller was pulled over at about 9:25 p.m. Friday evening near North Pearl and Orange Streets in downtown Albany after patrol officer John Crossman reports seeing a car being operated without headlights on. Miller was in an unmarked police issued vehicle. Police say he refused to take a breathalyzer test…..MORE
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From Times Union
ALBANY — Detective James Miller, a longtime spokesman for the Albany Police Department, was arrested on a driving while intoxicated charge in downtown Albany Friday night.
Miller, who has been with the department for 19 years, was driving an unmarked departmental vehicle when he was stopped at about 9:25 p.m. near North Pearl and Orange streets by an Albany patrol officer, John Crossman. A person briefed on the arrest said Miller was stopped for allegedly driving without his headlights on. He allegedly refused to submit to an alcohol test…..MORE

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