From the Adams Police Facebook page.

Adams Police Department made two arrests in two separate incidents involving individuals who had been involved in motor vehicle crashes and were determined to have been operating under the influence.

1st OUI Arrest - In the early morning hours officers received a dispatch to respond in the area of East Street for a reported motor vehicle accident as a pickup truck had struck the bridge and the airbags deployed. Upon arrival officers observed the vehicle’s rear end hanging off the bridge however they did not locate the operator and began a search, requesting a K9 Unit to assist.

A resident of East Road called a short time later reporting a male party hiding in his back yard. This party was subsequently determined to be the owner/operator of the pickup truck and was also found to be impaired. This person stated a deer ran out in front of them. The party has been charged with the following;

M.G.L Chapter 90 Section 24 – Operating Under the Influence of Alcohol
M.G.L Chapter 90 Section 24 – Negligent Operation of a Motor Vehicle
M.G.L Chapter 90 Section 24 – Leaving the Scene of Property Damage

2nd OUI Arrest – Yesterday evening while on patrol in the area of Gould Road for a reported campfire officers located an unrelated vehicle approximately 40 feet off the roadway that had crashed into a tree. Officers were able to make contact with the operator who based on the totality of the circumstances was administered field sobriety assessments and was subsequently determined to be impaired.

Located on this party were a series of medications as well as 10 bags of heroin. This person stated a deer ran out in front of them as well. The party has been charged with the following;

M.G.L Chapter 90 Section 24 – Operating Under the Influence of Drugs
M.G.L Chapter 90 Section 24 – Negligent Operation of a Motor Vehicle
M.G.L Chapter 90 Section 23 – Operating a Motor Vehicle with a Suspended License
M.G.L Chapter 94C Section 34 – Possession of Class A (Heroin)
M.G.L Chapter 94C Section 34 – Possession of Class C (Xanax)

- Adams Police Department