INDIANAPOLIS - An Indianapolis Metro Police Department officer was suspended without pay after he was arrested Friday night on charges of operating a vehicle while intoxicated.
IMPD spokesman Sgt. Kendale Adams confirmed that Officer Bryan Neal had been arrested at 11 p.m. Friday night at the department's southeast district roll call.
Neal was just beginning his shift when he was arrested for suspect OWI, Adams said.
"The facts of allegations remain under an internal affairs investigation of which will not be discussed until its conclusion," Adams said.
Neal was suspended without pay and his police equipment was confiscated.
Neal is a 10-year veteran of IMPD assigned to road patrol late shift.
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