Man Charged With 3rd DUI Sent On His Way

The Delaware State Police arrested 61-year-old Norman St. Sauveur Jr. of Frederica for felony DUI on Monday morning.

Officials said on September 18, 2023, at approximately 8:32 a.m., a motorist, while following a red minivan, reported that it struck several curbs and was all over the roadway in the area of North Main Street and East Walnut Street in Magnolia.

During the check of the area, the trooper observed a red 2008 Dodge Caravan crossing over the fog line while traveling northbound on South State Street, Magnolia, Delaware. The trooper conducted the traffic stop and the vehicle pulled into the Delaware State Police parking lot.

While the trooper was behind it, the minivan attempted to make a U-turn and drove up on the curb. The trooper contacted the driver, identified as Norman St. Sauveur Jr., and observed signs of impairment according to police.

Following field sobriety tests, St. Sauveur was arrested for DUI. A computer check showed that St. Sauveur has two prior DUI convictions officials said.

While in custody at Troop 3, St. Sauveur was charged with the 3rd Offense DUI (Felony) and Traffic offenses.

He was arraigned by Justice of the Peace Court 7 and was released on $5060 unsecured bond.

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