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St. Mary Parish deputy fired after DWI arrest in Terrebonne Parish

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Courtesy of St. Mary Parish Sheriff's Department Courtesy of St. Mary Parish Sheriff's Department

The St. Mary Parish Sheriff's Department says that the sheriff's deputy arrested by Louisiana State Police is no longer employed with the department.

The deputy, identified by the department as Dustin Crabtree was placed on suspension while an internal investigation into the incident was conducted. Sheriff Scott Anslum says that Crabtree is no longer employed with the St. Mary Parish Sheriff's Office. 

"Our badge is a symbol of the trust the people of St. Mary Parish have placed in us. We, as law enforcement officers, must maintain a high level of integrity. When a law enforcement officer breaks that trust, they must be held accountable for their decisions." Sheriff Anslum said in a press release. 

Crabtree was arrested on Sunday, February 4 while driving in Terrebonne Parish. He was off-duty at the time of his arrest

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