Police: Man who crashed into Mishawaka police car had BAC three times the legal limit

(Photo supplied/St. Joseph County Jail)

The civilian involved in an officer-involved crash in Mishawaka is in jail after the results of a blood alcohol test were revealed.

Samuel Arreguin, 54, was headed south on Union Street around 11 p.m. on Tuesday, Sep. 25, when he was involved in the crash with a vehicle driven by Officer Dustin Boyd.

Arreguin and a passenger were taken to the hospital with injuries, where a test indicated he had a B.A.C. that was nearly three times the legal limit.

Officer Boyd was also injured in the crash.

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