31-year-old Rickey Caldwell, a Cumberland County Sheriff’s Deputy, was charged with DWI after an accident involving his personal car.
The sheriff’s office statement detailed how Rickey Caldwell was driving on Alderman and School roads at 2:45 am when he lost control, flew off the road int a ditch, and flipped his vehicle into a tree.
According to records, Caldwell was arrested by the N.C. Highway Patrol and taken to the Cumberland County Detention Center where his blood-alcohol level registered a .14-nearly twice the legal limit.
Immediately after the blood-alcohol testing, Rickey Caldwell submitted his resignation from the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Department. He has been released from jail on bond will be facing court in October.
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* Please Note, Kelly & West Attorneys do not represent Rickey Caldwell or anyone associated with this case.
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