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A Guthrie police officer was arrested and accused of showing up to work intoxicated. A Guthrie police officer was arrested and accused of showing up to work intoxicated.
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A Guthrie police officer was arrested and accused of showing up to work intoxicated Friday night.

Officers said 34-year-old Bryan Crumb was visibly upset when he showed up for work, and he smelled of alcohol.

According to the probable cause affidavit, Crumb admitted to the officers he was under a lot of stress because of his divorce, and he had a drink and slept for four hours before arriving to work.

Crumb was arrested for Consuming or Inhaling Intoxicants in Public Places and Carrying a Weapon Under the Influence of Alcohol.

He has been suspended, pending the outcome of the investigation.

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