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By Jack Encarnacao
The Patriot Ledger
Posted Aug 26, 2008 @ 06:27 AM

WEYMOUTH -
The Registry of Motor Vehicles has revoked the driver's license of a Boston man wanted in connection with a robbery in Rhode Island after police arrested him on Winter Street and charged him with fifth-offense drunken driving.
Police were alerted Saturday night that Sean P. Harrison, 42, was driving erratically in a car registered to a town resident.
An officer saw the vehicle, a silver Jaguar, swerving across a road's center line about 7:45 p.m. and pulled Harrison over on Winter Street, Sgt. Richard Fuller said.
Fuller said Harrison, who initially gave police another name, failed several field sobriety tests.
Harrison was arrested and charged with fifth-offense drunken driving, driving to endanger, giving a false name to a police officer, being a habitual traffic offender and being a fugitive from justice.
Fuller said Harrison is wanted for a robbery in Rhode Island. Harrison also had a warrant in Massachusetts for violating an abuse prevention order, Fuller said.
Harrison, who pleaded innocent to the charges, was held on $5,000 cash bail, said David Traub, spokesman for Norfolk County District Attorney William Keating.
Harrison had previously listed a Rhode Island address and never had a valid Massachusetts driver's license, said Ann Dufresne, spokeswoman for the Registry of Motor Vehicles.
Dufresne said Harrison was denied a license in Massachusetts when a national check showed his license had been suspended in Rhode Island for offenses including failure to appear in court and drunken driving.
Dufresne said Harrison refused Breathalyzer tests on three separate traffic stops in Weymouth since 2002.
The car Harrison was driving was registered to a friend who lives in Weymouth, Fuller said.

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