R.I. House Minority leader denies DUI charge

R.I. HOUSE MINORITY LEADER Robert A. Watson issued a statement on Monday morning explaining the events which lead to his arrest on Friday evening. /
R.I. HOUSE MINORITY LEADER Robert A. Watson issued a statement on Monday morning explaining the events which lead to his arrest on Friday evening. /
PROVIDENCE – R.I. House Minority leader Robert A. Watson issued a statement on Monday morning “vehemently” denying that he was operating a vehicle under the influence after he was arrested on Friday evening in Connecticut. Watson explained that he entered a sobriety checkpoint at approximately 9:30 p.m. at which point “trace evidence of marijuana” was…

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