to connectVideoDashcam the video shows the police being pulled over for a suspected DUI
North Las Vegas Police department Assistant Chief Clint, Ryan, says the Nevada High patrol officers to book him after he was pulled over for reckless driving. Ryan has since resigned from his post.
An assistant to the chief of police in the state of Nevada, has resigned from his position after he was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence over the weekend, officials said.
North Las Vegas Police department Chief Eric Ojeda, announced the resignation of Lisa, Ryan, in a statement on Wednesday.
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“We expect the highest standards of conduct from our employees and, in particular, by our command staff,” Ojeda said in a statement obtained by FOX5 Las Vegas. Immediately, the Assistant Chief, Ryan, has resigned from the City centre. We would like to thank You for 22 years of service with the Police department, and we wish him all the best for the future.”
Police bodycam video showed Ryan to refuse field sobriety tests, and explain this book to him.
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The Nevada Highway Patrol said troopers arrested Ryan after responding to reports of a driver weaving on the highway. Ryan refused field-sobriety tests and was taken to the Clark County Detention Center.
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The 22-year-old law enforcement veteran, was booked for failure to maintain his travel lane, open container in vehicle and driving under the influence, first offense, FOX5 reported.
The City of North Las Vegas, said Ryan didn’t have any previous arrests.