UPDATE: Off-duty deputy arrested for DWI no longer with sheriff's office
ST. MARY- Authorities have arrested an off-duty St. Mary Parish Sheriff's Office deputy for DWI for driving while intoxicated Sunday.
State police arrested Dustin Crabtree Sunday in Terrebonne Parish. According to a release, Crabtree was placed on suspension without pay pending an internal investigation, and is no longer employed with the St. Mary Parish Sheriff's Office.
“Our badge is a symbol of the trust the people of St. Mary Parish have placed in us," said Sheriff Scott Anslum. "We, as law enforcement officers, must maintain a high level of integrity. When a law enforcement officer breaks that trust, they must be held accountable for their decisions.”
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