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Deputies found a cause to arrest THE OFF-DUTY DETECTIVE and believe he was operating his vehicle while impaired. He was transported to the Douglas County jail.
“I am personally saddened," Chief Lockhart said. "Anyone who knows me knows I am openly emotional about the professionals in this department, the community we serve, and the law enforcement industry in general. It’s not good news. However, I have promised this community transparency."
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LAWRENCE, Kan. - A Lawrence off-duty police Detective was arrested for DUI early Saturday morning. Police responded to a non-injury motor vehicle crash in the 1500 block of Lindenwood Lane around 12:30 a.m. when a homeowner heard a crash, looked out, and realized her parked car was struck and sustained damages.