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Decorated MCSO deputy resigns after felony DWI arrest
Rochester, N.Y. - A decorated Monroe County Sheriff's deputy has resigned after being charged with felony DWI, under Leandra's Law.
Robert Glazier,48, has been with the Monroe County Sheriff's Office for 27 years. He is a member of the SWAT team and was honored along with other SWAT members for evacuating Webster residents after the shootings on Lake Road in Webster on December 24, 2012.
Glazier was arrested Saturday following reports of an erratic driver on Route 390 North in Livingston County. Upon investigation, Livingston County Sheriffs tell 13 WHAM News, Glazier smelled of alcohol and had an open container of alcohol in his truck at the time of arrest.
Glazier was charged with felony DWI because he had a 12 year old child in the car with him.
Livingston Sheriffs said Glazier refused a breathalyzer test and failed some field sobriety tests. He was arrested and arraigned on the felony charges. He was freed on 500-dollars bail.
The Monroe County Sheriff's Office has placed Glazier on administrative leave, but Glazier has tendered his resignation and will retire. He will not return to the Sheriff's Office.