Hollis officer arrests driver for aggravated DUI after traffic violations

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HOLLIS — A routine patrol turned into an arrest for aggravated DUI in the early hours of Dec. 23, after a Hollis police officer spotted a vehicle committing multiple traffic offenses.

The incident began around 1:10 a.m. when the officer observed a vehicle stopped on Ash St. As the officer approached, the vehicle started moving slowly and crossed a double solid line into the wrong side of the road, then ran a red light before turning onto Main St.

The officer conducted a motor vehicle stop based on these violations.

Upon interaction with the driver, signs of impairment were evident.

The roadside investigation led to the arrest of Christopher Bury, 28, of Brookline, for driving under the influence.

Bury’s breath alcohol content (BrAC) measured .17, significantly over the legal limit of .08, resulting in an aggravated DUI charge.

Additionally, Bury faces charges for a traffic control device violation, driving on the wrong side of the road, a yellow/solid line violation, and failure to use the required turn signal.

Following his arrest, Bury was processed at the Hollis Police Department and released on personal recognizance bail.

He is scheduled for arraignment at the 9th Circuit Court, Nashua District.

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