Monroe County Sheriff's Deputy facing charges under Leandra's Law
Updated: 09/12/2013 5:54 PM
Created: 09/12/2013 2:53 PM WHEC.com
By: Berkeley Brean
A Monroe County Sheriff's Deputy arrested for DWI and police say he was not alone when he was driving drunk. Also in the car, police say was a young boy.
Robert Glazier is charged with a felony and is free on bail. The deputy was pulled over on I-390 in Avon. The Livingston County Sheriff's Office says he was swerving and almost hitting other cars.
Robert Glazier is a 27-year veteran of the Monroe County Sheriff's Office and up until Saturday night was on the SWAT team. He was awarded for his work evacuating people during the Christmas Eve shooting in Webster.
Police say Glazier failed the road side tests. He refused a breathalyzer.
Glazier is charged with Leandra's Law because there was a 12-year-old boy in the car when he was pulled over. Police say glazier was driving home. They say he was coming from a property down in Livingston County where he was doing target shooting.
The Monroe County Sheriff's Office says Glazier already submitted his resignation and it has been accepted. He will not be back on duty