MCCORDSVILLE, Ind. - An officer with the Greenfield Police Department was arrested over the weekend on a drunken driving charge, but it's not his first arrest this year.
Terry Austin was arrested in McCordsville on a charge of operating a vehicle while intoxicated and had a blood-alcohol content of 0.10 percent, officials with the McCordsville Police Department said.
Austin had previously been charged in Hancock County on counts of bribery, official misconduct and promoting prostitution.
He was arrested in April after he was accused of bribing fellow officers to pull over his ex-wife who had a suspended license.
Austin was on administrative duty following the first arrest and was due in court Thursday.
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