A northern Kentucky police chief was arrested early Friday and charged with driving under the influence, state police said.
Warsaw Police Chief Donnie Gould, 50, was arrested shortly before 2 a.m. after officers responded to a complaint of a car in a yard in Gallatin County, Trooper Chip Perry said.
Gould was not on duty and was in his personal car, Perry said.
He was taken to a hospital for a test to determine the alcohol content in his blood, Perry said, then taken to the Carroll County jail.
Warsaw Mayor Travis Simpson would not comment on the chief's
arrest and referred all questions to the state police.
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