Orleans police officer accused of driving drunk

Posted on September 7th, 2011 No Comments

Orleans police officer Anthony Manfredi has admitted to facts related to his DUI charge from last year.

Manfredi was charged with driving under the influence and negligent operation after he wrecked his vehicle in Mashpee on October 2nd of last year, crashing into a tree. Both Manfredi and his passenger sustained injuries from the accident.

According to Chief Jeffrey Roy, the 32-year-old is now working as a part-time dispatcher after being out of work for several months following the incident. The officer must pay $350 in court fees, attend alcohol education classes, and his driver’s license will be taken away for 45 days.

Although his charges have been continued without a finding for the past year, he must participate in a town disciplinary hearing.

If you have been charged with operating under the influence in the state of Massachusetts, please contact Cape Cod OUI defense attorney James Powderly by calling 508-343-0676 today.

Interview with a Former DUI Client