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A Memphis Police officer was charged with DUI, public intoxication and reckless driving after he allegedly drove into a column at an East Memphis liquor store while he was off duty Saturday, MPD said.

Thomas Berryhill, who is a sergeant with the department, was relieved of duty pending an investigation. MPD said Berryhill has been employed by the department since August 1993.

Officers responded Saturday evening to a crash at 1829 Kirby Parkway near Poplar. Police say Berryhill, who was not on duty at the time of his arrest, had driven over a concrete parking barrier and hit a column on the building.

A woman at that location called officers.

Berryhill told officers he struck the column because he had been driving from Florida, and told police he had eye issues and tried to hold his eyes open with his fingers during a sobriety test, according to a police statement.
 
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"had driven over a concrete parking barrier and hit a column on the building." is it better or worse that I was SOBER when I did this a few weeks ago? :shame:
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@ghosttruck - Faulty shoes? First time I had worn them outside of the store. The lip of the side of the shoe got stuck under the brake pedal with my foot on the top of the accelerator. Rookie move...

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