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Death – Obituary – Accident and Crime News : Clyde Resident Arrested for DWI and Other Charges after Galen Traffic Stop

The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office recently announced the arrest of a Clyde resident on charges of driving while intoxicated (DWI) and other violations following a traffic stop in Galen. The incident occurred during the late-evening hours on Saturday when deputies pulled over a vehicle for speeding.

After conducting a thorough roadside investigation, law enforcement officials identified the driver as Ted Fitch, a 56-year-old resident of Clyde. Fitch was found to be intoxicated, leading to his arrest. In addition to the DWI charge, he was also cited for speeding and other related violations.

The charges against Fitch will be addressed in Galen Town Court at a later date. It is essential for individuals to remember that driving under the influence not only poses a significant risk to their own safety but also endangers the lives of others on the road. Incidents like this highlight the importance of responsible driving and the need to raise awareness about the consequences of driving while impaired.

The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office, along with other law enforcement agencies, remains committed to ensuring the safety of the community by actively enforcing traffic laws and apprehending individuals who violate them. They urge residents to report any suspicious or dangerous driving behaviors to help maintain the security of the roads.

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