An East Bridgewater man was arrested after police said he crashed into another car in Randolph while driving drunk for the fourth time.
Steven H. Cryer, 54, was charged with fourth-offense drunken driving and negligent driving. He was arraigned in Quincy District Court on Monday and held on $1,500 cash bail. He is due back in court Feb. 14.
Police said Cryer crashed his sedan into the back of a moving SUV on Memorial Parkway near Randolph High School on Friday. The driver of the SUV was taken to South Shore Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
Police said Cryer kept turning away from an officer who was trying to speak to him and figure out what happened and admitted that he shouldn’t have been driving. Police said Cryer took a field sobriety test and the officer giving the test believed he was impaired and under the influence of alcohol, according to a report filed with court.
Randolph police arrested Cryer and booked him at their police station. Police said Cryer refused a breath test and appeared to be drunk.