The officer, identified as 23-year-old Officer Steven Schroeder, was arrested following an incident where he was driving his motorcycle off-duty around 1:50 a.m. in the morning and suddenly crashed at the intersection of Southwest Port St. Lucie Boulevard.
When investigators arrested Schroeder, they claimed that his blood-alcohol limit was nearly three times the legal limit.
Schroeder has been a police officer with the department since February 2017. He has been arrested for DUI charges.
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