Police Officer Charged with Illinois DUI

An off-duty patrol officer with the Decatur Police Department was charged with suspicion of driving under the influence in Illinois on November 6. Around 3:50 in the morning, an Illinois State Police trooper noticed a vehicle not responding to a light turning green and initiated a traffic inquiry.

When it was determined that the driver of the vehicle, 25-year old Bradley A. Hall, was a city police officer, the state trooper contacted the Decatur Police which in turn contacted the Macon County Sheriff’s Office. After a field sobriety test, the sheriff’s deputy considered there probable cause to make an arrest for DUI in Illinois.

Hall, who joined the police department in July 2008, was booked and released with a notice to appear in court on December 10. The Sheriff’s Office is continuing its investigation of the arrest and the Decatur Police Chief is expected to make a decision on Hall’s employment status soon.

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