LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) — The assistant chief of the Hardinsburg Police Division has been charged with driving below the affect.
Bruce Anthony, who can be working for sheriff of Breckinridge County, says he was arrested whereas responding to a 911 name this weekend.
Anthony took over the helm on the Breckinridge County Sheriff’s workplace in 2019, after Sheriff Todd Pate was arrested for his second DUI in lower than 5 years. Pate retired in February of 2020 following the prison expenses.
Anthony’s arrest quotation was not instantly obtainable, however he stated he was on the way in which residence when the police division acquired a name, so he determined to answer the incident as a substitute of going residence.
Anthony was arrested by Breckinridge County sheriff’s deputies on Armes Payne Lane. It was not instantly recognized what the division was responding to in Hardinsburg.
Anthony, who’s now out of the Grayson County Detention Middle, advised WDRB Information on Saturday that he “made a mistake.” He stated he was taken to the jail in Grayson County as a substitute of the Breckinridge County Jail due to a battle of curiosity.
He plans to depart Sunday for a 30-day rehab program.
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