Baltimore County Police Captain Arrested at St. Patrick’s Sobriety Checkpoint

A captain in Baltimore County’s police force has been assigned to administrative duties after being arrested at a St. Patrick’s weekend sobriety checkpoint in Hampstead.  He was arrested on suspicion of alcohol impairment.  He was released to a sober driver after refusing to take a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) test, according to a statement provided to The Baltimore Sun on March 18. The Carroll County Sheriff’s Office issued the police captain citations accusing him of driving while under the influence and driving while intoxicated.  He was not carrying his weapon at the time of the arrest, and he was driving his own vehicle, according to Baltimore County police.