Man facing fifth DUI tells cop to 'slap the cuffs on'

"Well, I guess you're gonna take me to the joint," he told the officers


By Lisa Redmond
Lowell Sun

AYER, Mass. — When Pepperell police stopped John C. Cheely and asked if he'd been drinking, he didn't try to hide the truth.

"Yep, I had a lot to drink," Cheely allegedly told the officer. "Well, I guess you're gonna take me to the joint."

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