Cop Who Became President of Mothers Against Drunk Driving Gets Caught Drunk Driving

imageSUMMERSIDE — A now-former cop David Griffin has just resigned from his position resigned as president of Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD).

The reason for his resignation has sent shockwaves through communities involved in the organization.

Deputy Griffin was actually pulled over in June and charged with impaired driving.

Deputy Griffin was a cop for 45 years.

One wonders, how many times did he directly or indirectly contributed to punishing citizens for drunk driving.

Deputy Griffin was also the president of MADD in Canada.

One also wonders how many days he spent railing against others for drunk driving.

And now here he is, charged for doing the same thing.

On June 5, Griffin was pulled over and charged with two alcohol-related driving crimes.

He has not yet entered a plea.

But we are guessing he will at most receive administrative leave.

There is no word as to whether he was even handcuffed when he was caught driving — any ordinary citizen would have been cuffed.

This article will be updated when more information becomes available concerning Griffin’s sentencing.

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