FLORENCE, Mass. (WWLP) – A man who’s drivers license was permanently revoked was, once again, arrested for a DUI in Florence.
Northampton Police Captain John Cartledge told 22News, around 2:00 a.m. Wednesday, 51-year-old Albert Tetreault was arrested for allegedly driving drunk. He is from Providence, Rhode Island. Tetreault was convicted of drunk driving seven previous times.
Police observed him driving erratically on North Main Street in Florence near Look Park. He hit a curb before pulling over.
Tetreault’s driver’s license was suspended in Massachusetts and permanently revoked in Rhode Island. Captain Cartledge told 22News Tetreault’s lifetime ban on driving came after a DUI conviction in 2009.
Police say the vehicle he was driving had a failed inspection sticker, and was not his. It belonged to his friend, but was not listed as stolen.