Easton Man Charged With 5th OUI Allegedly Disabled Truck’s Interlock Device
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BOSTON (CBS) – An Easton man charged with OUI for the fifth time allegedly disabled his truck’s interlock device before his arrest Monday night.
WBZ NewsRadio 1030’s Doug Cope reports.
Frank Catone, 46, was arrested at around 10 p.m. Monday after police said he had crashed into another vehicle outside the mobile home park where he lives on Route 138.
Police said Catone was driving without a license. They said his pickup truck had an ignition interlock system that would prevent him from starting it, but that device had been disabled, and Catone was apparently starting the truck with a screwdriver.
He was ordered held without bail on numerous charges pending a dangerousness hearing next week.