On 02/05/16 at approximately 2215 Officer Craig Forget of the Rehoboth Police Department was on patrol traveling on Winthrop Street (Rte.44) when he discovered a single motor vehicle had crashed into the woods. The vehicle was located approximately 20 feet into the woods down an embankment on the south side of Winthrop Street in the area of #300. Upon investigating further he discovered the vehicle was occupied be a male operator who was attempting to back the vehicle out to the woods, Officer Forget noted the vehicle had come to rest in a wetland area and had sunken in the mud halfway up its tires. Officer Forget made contact with the driver who reported he was uninjured. While speaking with the operator Officer Forget noted his speech was slurred, he was emanating the odor of alcohol from his person and was unsteady on his feet. The male was asked to perform a series of standard field sobriety testing, which he did. Upon further investigation the male eventually admitted he was on his way home from an area restaurant and was asked if he had consumed any alcoholic beverages there, he answered, “more than I should have”. Based on the evidence and facts of his investigation Officer Forget placed the male operator in custody for operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol. The male was identified as Louis Riquelme, age 29, of Rehoboth. Riquelme was transported back to the Rehoboth Police Station where he was offered and given a breath test. The breath test showed Riquelme’s blood alcohol level was .21%. Riquelme was charged with the following offenses: OUI Liquor 3rd Offense, Negligent operation of a motor vehicle and marked lanes violation. Bristol County Superior Court Clerk Mark Santos placed $1,000 cash bail on Riquelme and he was subsequently transferred to the Bristol County Sheriff’s Office Ash Street Jail. Riquelme will be arraigned in Taunton District Court on Monday February 8th. Lt. James Medeiros and Officer Paul McGovern assisted in the arrest and investigation.