Gregorio Amado of Everett was arrested by the Stoughton police and charged with his fith offense OUI, possession of a class B drug and negilgent operations of a motor vehicle. (From the Stoughton Police)
An Everett man was arrested after a struggle with an off-duty Stoughton police officer and charged with his fifth driving under the influence charge and possession of cocaine on Lindelof Avenue, Aug. 30, at 8:39 p.m.
Officer Bob Kuhn said he noticed a a dark colored sedan operating erractically, while getting off of Route 24 and onto Lindelof Avenue and driving into on coming traffic before striking a curb, according police report on the Stoughton Police Facebook page.
Reportedly, an unarmed Kuhn raced to the vehicle driven by Gregorio Amado, 53, of 44 Fuller St. in Everett. Amado allegedly got into a fight with Kuhn, who had dentified himself a police officer, according to Stoughton police..
The report says Amado tired to put the car in drive, but Kuhn was able to wrestle him in the ground and held him until on duty officers arrived.
In addition to the driving under the influence charge and possesion of bags of cocaine, Amado is also facing charges of negligent operation of a motor vehicle, failure to stay in marked lanes and an open containter of alcohol in a motor vehicle.