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Denver police sergeant accused of DUI, driving unmarked police car through fatal crash scene

A Denver police sergeant has been arrested on multiple charges, including DUI, after allegedly driving an unmarked police car through the scene of a fatal crash on Interstate 25.

On Wednesday around 8:30 p.m., officers with the Greenwood Village Police Department were working at the scene of a multi-vehicle fatal crash on northbound Interstate 25, just north of the exit for Arapahoe Road. Seven vehicles were involved in the crash. At the time, all northbound lanes of I-25 were closed to traffic and multiple police had activated their vehicles’ red and blue lights, according to the Greenwood Village Police Department.

While investigating, police saw a dark-colored Chevy driving toward the crash site.

While the details were not released, the driver of the Chevy somehow was able to access the interstate, despite the full closure, according to the Greenwood Village Police Department.

Police were able to stop the driver, who told them he worked for the Denver Police Department. He was later identified as Bryce Robert Jackson, a sergeant with the Denver Police Department.

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