Police pursuit leads to rollover, DUI arrest in Waterford

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WATERFORD, Conn. (WTNH)– A man was arrested on multiple charges after engaging Waterford police in a pursuit that led to a rollover Saturday night.

Police say at about 10 p.m. a patrol unit noticed a car driving erratically on Route 1 near Clark Lane. When officers pulled behind the car in the area of Willetts Avenue, the suspect vehicle accelerated in an attempt to elude police.

After a short pursuit, the car then rolled onto its side on Willetts Avenue near Clements Street. Police discovered there were four people in the car and one of them had to be transported to Lawrence and Memorial Hospital for minor injuries sustained in the rollover.

The driver, identified as Dylon Goss, was arrested and charged with Engaging an Officer in Pursuit, Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol and or Drugs, Reckless Endangerment, Risk of Injury to a Minor, Operating a Motor Vehicle without a License, Improper Turn, and Failure to First, and Stay in the Established Lane. He was later released on $500 bond and will appear in court December 14th.

The accident remains under investigation. Police ask anyone with information to contact them at (860) 442-9451.

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