BRPD officer arrested, charged with DWI after overnight crash in Baker
BAKER - A Baton Rouge police officer was arrested in the early morning hours after he allegedly caused a crash while driving intoxicated.
According to Baker Police Chief Carl Dunn, Officer Ken Clark was arrested after he rear-ended another vehicle around 2:30 a.m. Saturday. He was booked on charges of DWI, open container and driving with an expired registration.
Dunn says Clark is a member of BRPD's second district. The department says an administrative investigation into the allegations is underway.
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