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Navy police officer on Guam suspended following drunken driving arrest


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A Navy police officer on Guam, found bloodied and unresponsive in a damaged automobile over the weekend, faces a drunken driving charge, a Navy spokeswoman said Wednesday.

Master-at-Arms Seaman Apprentice Deadrien Harris, 19, of Mississippi, was arrested on a charge of misdemeanor driving while impaired at 1:53 a.m. Saturday in a Tumon hotel parking lot, according to a magistrate’s complaint filed that day.

Harris’ shirt and hands were stained with blood and his breath smelled of alcohol, according to police statements in the complaint. He refused a field sobriety test and any form of test to determine his blood alcohol content, according to police.

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