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12/21/05

Suspected Drunk Driver Hits Parked Truck

Police believe a Lubbock man was drunk when he hit a parked truck.

Jerrod Sarchet is now in custody for driving under the influence. Police arrested the 22-year-old near 74th and University around 12:30 Wednesday morning. Officers say that is where Sarchet was trying to hide after allegedly hitting a parked truck in the 1800 block of 75th street. The truck then rammed into a garage door.

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