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Bicycle patrol charges Henderson man with DWI

Posted June 1, 2010
Updated June 2, 2010

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— A Henderson man was arrested early Monday by two bicycle patrol officers and charged with driving while intoxicated.

Police said the officers turned on the blue lights of their bicycles and their sirens before pulling over Dennis Donald Harris on Parham Street.

Harris, of 102 Heather Way, was playing the music inside his vehicle loudly and was also charged with violation of the loud music ordinance, police said.

Another police unit was called to the scene to take Harris to the Vance County jail, where he was being held under a $1,000 bond.

Harris was also charged with driving with a revoked license and possession of drug paraphernalia, police said.


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  • Faceman Jun 2, 2010

    hahaha..you got to be kidding me..pulled over by bycicle cops?? how slow was he going?

  • 8675309-9 Jun 2, 2010

    he should be charged with being to drunk to flee from police on bikes.

  • notagain1903 Jun 2, 2010

    R U Kidding me??? Only in Henderson does stuff like this happen. Turn it up to 11 next time!!!!!

  • wakeforest914 Jun 2, 2010

    that video should have been on Youtube or Reno 911