ARLINGTON (FOX 25 / MyFoxBoston.com) A Boston man accused of driving his car into a telephone pole while drunk is also facing firearms charges.
Kyle Laidman reportedly slammed into a telephone pole on Summer Street in Arlington on Saturday. Laidman was transported to the hospital with serious injuries and the telephone pole was snapped.
Police accuse the 28-year-old of being under the influence of alcohol and texting at the time of the crash. They claim Laidman, who is not licensed to carry firearms, was also in possession of several high capacity feeding devices.
Laidman is charged with operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol, operating so as to endanger the public, texting while driving, and possession of large capacity feeding devices without a license.
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