On 08/31/2019 at approximately 20:37 hrs. The Rehoboth Police received a report of a motor vehicle crash in the area of 34 Elm St. The caller stated that the vehicle had flipped over and that there were 2 subjects still in the vehicle. The Rehoboth Police, Fire and Ambulance all responded to the scene. Upon arrival the operator of the vehicle and a young juvenile passenger had managed to get out of the overturned vehicle. An investigation of the crash showed that the vehicle was travelling Northeast on Elm St. at an extremely high rate of speed. The vehicle first struck a large stone wall that is part of the bridge on Elm St. It destroyed a 6-7 foot section of the wall before continuing another 100 feet. The vehicle then struck a light post and a large boulder. The vehicle hit the boulder so hard it threw it approximately 45 feet and caused the car to flip over and travel another 37 feet on its roof before coming to rest. After detecting signs of impairment, Officers conducted an investigation of the operator which included standardized field sobriety tests. At the completion of the investigation Nuno Alves 42, of Rehoboth was placed in custody and charged with: Operating under the influence of alcohol, Child endangerment while OUI, Operating to Endanger, and Marked lanes violation. Alves was transported to an area hospital for injuries and later released for booking. Alves was later released on $540.00 bail and is scheduled for arraignment on 09/03/2019 in Taunton District Court. The juvenile passenger was also transported to an area hospital by Rehoboth Ambulance for evaluation. Ofc. Pezzuolo, Ofc. Sousa, Ofc. Ranley and Sgt. Shailor assisted with the investigation and subsequent arrest.