SALISBURY (CBS) — Salisbury police arrested an Amesbury man Sunday for what they say is the man’s 10th OUI.

Robert Sheridan was allegedly driving too fast on Old Elm Street and took down a stop sign while he was trying to make a right turn.

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Amesbury resident Robert Sheridan. (Photo credit: Salisbury Police)

The incident took place at about 4:30 Sunday afternoon and two witnesses plus the person driving in the car behind Sheridan all called police.

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Two witnesses and the person in the car behind Sheridan called the police.

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Sheridan was arrested and charged with OUI, operating a car after his license was revoked, leaving the scene of an accident with property damage, speeding and driving an unregistered and uninsured car.