**If you or a loved one is facing a Massachusetts Drug Charge, including possession, possession with intent to distribute, distribution, delivery, and trafficking charges, contact Attorney James Powderly today for aggressive and experienced defense of drug charges. Call us 24/7 at 508-343-0676 now. Visit my Massachusetts Drug Defense Website.**
VIA THE BOSTON HERALD ONLINE
A “previously deported fugitive” living in Marlboro was arrested Saturday night in Boxboro and charged with drunken driving for the sixth time, police said.
Eduardo Alementa Torres, 48, had no identification on him, gave cops a false name and was driving with an expired inspection sticker and a suspended registration, Boxboro police said.
Cops detected a strong odor of alcohol, police said, and saw an open beer bottle on the passenger seat.
Torres failed a field sobriety test and blew .09 in a breath test, police said.
Torres had three prior convictions for driving drunk in California and two in Massachusetts, and is wanted by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, police said. Torres is being held without bail and will be arraigned today in Ayer District Court, police said.
Efforts to reach immigration authorities for comment last night were unsuccessful.
Drunken driving by illegal aliens in Massachusetts has led to demands for tougher action recently after an Ecuadorian native was charged with killing a Milford man while driving drunk, and President Obama’s Kenyan uncle was arrested on drunken driving charges in Framingham last month.