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NJ police chief seen with pants down in the street during DUI arrest

A New Jersey police chief charged with drunken driving final month might be seen mendacity in the street subsequent to his pickup truck with his pants down — and responding officers mocked him till they realized who he was, a report stated.

Bordentown Township Police Chief Brian Pesce was discovered on the flooring in close by Hamilton after a 911 caller reported following a “drunk” driver “weaving all over the place” and almost hitting a mailbox, in keeping with paperwork first obtained by NJ.com.

“He’s gonna kill somebody,” the caller warned of the pickup driver.

She referred to as again to say that the truck had stopped and the driver was “on the ground in the middle of the road … He’s so obliviated,” the report stated.

The 23-year police veteran was then seen in bodycam footage sprawled out on the floor behind the truck late on April 22.

“Keys in the middle of the road; cellphone in the middle of the road,” one among the responding officers says with a hearty chuckle.

Bordentown Township Police Chief Brian Pesce was found lying on the ground with his pants down during his drunk driving arrest last month.
Bordentown Township Police Chief Brian Pesce was discovered mendacity on the floor with his pants down during his drunk driving arrest final month.
Hamilton Township Police Department

Noticing a moist patch on the floor, the similar officer suggests with clear disgust that he “p—ed on his tire and then took a spill,” the footage reveals.

The police chief claimed he was 35 — despite the fact that he’s 46 — after which mumbles, “What’s the problem?”

“You’re sleeping in the middle of the road,” one replies, whereas the different says, “Your pants are down.”

When one cop asks if he’s diabetic, Pesce says “Not at all” — with the officer replying, “Probably the wrong answer.”

A 911 caller reported that Pesce was allegedly “weaving all over the place.
A 911 caller reported that Pesce was allegedly “weaving throughout the place.”
Hamilton Township Police Department
Police officers turned off their body cameras after identifying Pesce.
Police officers turned off their physique cameras after figuring out Pesce.
Hamilton Township Police Department

After the snippy exchanges, one among the officers searches Pesce’s car and finds his police badge — and remarks, “Ohh,” NJ.com stated, referring to the hour-plus footage the web site obtained.

Both officers then flip off their cameras, the outlet stated — with their tone markedly completely different when the cameras are switched again on, with Pesce now being referred to as “chief,” the outlet famous.

As he’s led into an ambulance with an obvious head wound, the chief sounds confused as he says, “I drove? … I wasn’t driving anywhere.”

Pesce was taken away in an ambulance for his head injury.
Pesce was taken away in an ambulance for his head harm.
Hamilton Township Police Departm

Pesce was charged with 5 visitors offenses, together with drunken driving, reckless and careless driving, failing to report an accident and leaving the scene involving property harm, the report stated.

Pesce, who had been chief since 2018, was placed on restricted obligation in the division.

He had obtained the high job after initiating an inside affairs motion in opposition to his then-boss, Frank Nucera, who’s scheduled to start out serving a 28-month jail sentence this week on federal hate crime fees, NJ.com noted.

Nucera — who allegedly used the N-word and likened black folks to ISIS — was convicted of mendacity to federal authorities questioning him about an assault on a black teen in custody.

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