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Saturday, May 2, 2015

A 25-year-old West Avenue man was charged with DWI and criminal tampering after police say he struck the backhoe parked in front of City Hall — then attempted to move it.

Adam J. Masters, 382 West Ave., Front Apt., is accused of striking the rear of the construction vehicle on the south side of the roadway before patrol got there at approximately 11:23 p.m.

“Patrol arrived on the scene and found that a vehicle … had run into the rear of the backhoe and the vehicle was partially in the large hole that the backhoe was on top of,” according to the report. “A male in a dress shirt, tie, slacks and shoes had climbed into the backhoe and was attempting to gain access to the cab of the vehicle as patrol approached.”

Police asked him to step down from the vehicle, to which he replied, “As soon as I move this so I can get my car out.”

Masters was determined to be intoxicated and was subsequently charged with DWI, failure to keep right, improper lane use, and third-degree criminal tampering. He is due in City Court on Monday.

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