Cigarette request leads to drunken driving arrest

2013-02-13T11:59:00Z 2013-02-13T18:13:05Z Cigarette request leads to drunken driving arrestJournal staff Rapid City Journal
February 13, 2013 11:59 am  • 

An allegedly intoxicated driver was arrested after he asked a plainclothes police officer for a cigarette in the parking lot near the Rapid City Public Safety Building about 7:30 a.m. Tuesday.

Charles Longman, 28, of Rapid City drove off while the officer called for a uniformed officer but returned to the parking lot 20 minutes later when he was arrested for driving under the influence, providing a false identity and having no driver’s license.

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