A 37-year-old Fort Fairfield man was arrested Tuesday morning for OUI after rear-ending a UPS truck and fleeing the scene in Presque Isle.

Pickup Hit UPS Truck and Fled

Fort Fairfield Chief of Police Matthew Cummings located David Brewer driving a 2012 Chevrolet pickup on Presque Isle Street around 10:40 am.

Driver Refused to Stop for Police

Brewer did not stop for Cummings and “continued onto West Limestone Road where he eventually pulled over,” said the Police Chief.

Struggled with Chief of Police

Cummings said Brewer refused orders to exit the pickup and a brief struggle ensued. He was arrested without further incident.

Blood Alcohol was More than 4 Times Legal Limit

Police said “Brewer’s blood alcohol concentration was over 4 times the legal limit.” He was taken to the Aroostook County Jail with his cash bail set at $2,500.

Facing Charges

Brewer is facing multiple charges including operating under the influence with priors, violation of conditional license, failure to stop, refusal to submit to arrest or detention, criminal mischief and  failure to report a property damage accident.

Police Chief Treated for Cuts

Chief Cummings had minor cuts and received medical treatment from Fort Fairfield Fire Rescue.

Law Enforcement Involved

Assisting in the arrest was the Department of Homeland Security, the Maine Warden Service and the Aroostook County Sheriff’s Office.

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