LIVERMORE FALLS — A Texas man was injured and charged with drunken driving after police found him and his car among the rubble of the town’s retaining wall early Saturday.

Livermore Falls officer John Furr arrested Scott Dejohn, 32, on a charge of operating under the influence, was arrested on a charge of misdemeanor driving under the influence, Lt. Thomas Gould said.

Dejohn had a 0.29 percent blood alcohol level, he said.

Dejohn, driving a 2009 Dodge Caliber, told police he left Kents Hill and was heading to Fayette and got lost, Gould said.

He failed to go around the Chuck Wagon corner on Depot Street in Livermore Falls and went through the brick wall that separates the town parking lot from the sidewalk on Main Street. The wall is also attached to the building at another end.

Furr and officer Adam Sage were setting up barricades for the July 3 Parade at about 3 a.m. and came across the accident right after it happened, Gould said.

The vehicle’s air bags deployed and the car was demolished, he said.

Dejohn was treated and released by NorthStar Emergency Services ambulance medics at the scene. He declined to go to the hospital.

He was arrested and Sage drove him to Androscoggin County Jail in Auburn.

The town’s wall was heavily damaged, Gould said.

Livermore Highway Foreman Bill Nichols was notified of the damage.

Dejohn is scheduled to appear on Aug. 11 in Lewiston District Court, Gould said.

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