SALEMBURG — A Salemburg man was written up on a host of charges after Sampson County Sheriff’s deputies pulled his 1986 Lincoln Town Car over Saturday night about 9 p.m.
David Keith Henry, 37, of 51 Cherrytree Lane, Salemburg, was charged with eight misdemeanors after he was stopped at the corner of Bearskin Road and Cornith Church Road when officers reportedly noticed his car veering left of the center line.
Few details were available about the incident.
Henry was charged with driving while intoxicated, resist, delay and obstruct, assault on a government official, driving left of center, no operator’s license, fictitious registration , no seatbelt, and failure to register.
His car was left at the scene and the suspect was taken to the Sampson County Detention Center where he was given a $2,000 secured bond and a trial date of July 2.
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