A 38-year-old Worcester man has been deemed a danger to society after being arrested in Tewksbury for driving while intoxicated for the sixth time.
Steven Letellier was ordered held without bail by a Lowell District Court Judge, pending a possible indictment by a Middlesex County Grand Jury, according to a story in the Sentinel and Enterprise.
Letellier was arrested last weekend by State Troopers on Route 495 in Tewksbury. Troopers had been alerted after a 911 call from a motorist, reporting an erratic driver on I-93 in Tewksbury, according to the Sentinel. He is also charged with operating with a suspended license (subsequent offense), operating under the influence with a license suspended for OUI, and marked-lanes violation.
His five previous OUI convictions date back to 1995. He is due back in court on July 19.