Firefighter arrested for DUI, pot possession in Plaistow
Garrity was charged with driving while intoxicated (second offense) and possession of a controlled drug, after an inventory search of his vehicle turned up a “small amount” of marijuana on the passenger-side floor, Jones said.
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