Sean Glynn, 30, of Wellington was charged with driving drunk Friday morning on Route 27 in Carrabassett Valley when his vehicle left the road, vaulted over Bracket Brook Road and struck a utility pole, according to Police Chief Mark Lopez. Glynn faces misdemeanor charges of operating under the influence and driving beyond license restriction. (Carrabassett Valley Police Department)

CARRABASSETT VALLEY — Police say a Wellington man was driving drunk on Route 27 on Friday when his vehicle left the road, vaulted over Bracket Brook Road and struck a utility pole.

Sean Glynn, 30, was heading north in a 1993 Honda at about 9 a.m. when the accident occurred, , Chief Mark Lopez wrote in a news release. 

Glynn was not injured, but the vehicle was substantially damaged and was towed from the scene, Lopez wrote

The utility pole was broken and Central Maine Power responded to install a new pole. Power was out for a short time while the pole was replaced.

Lopez issued a summons to Glynn on misdemeanor charges of operating under the influence and driving beyond license restriction, according to the release.

Glynn is scheduled to appear at Farmington District Court on Dec. 27.  Wellington is in Piscataquis County, due east of Carrabassett Valley. 

Sean Glynn, 30, of Wellington was charged with driving drunk Friday morning on Route 27 in Carrabassett Valley when his vehicle left the road, vaulted over Bracket Brook Road and struck a utility pole, according to Police Chief Mark Lopez. Glynn faces misdemeanor charges of operating under the influence and driving beyond license restriction. (Carrabassett Valley Police Department)


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