Sean Robinson (Booking Photo)

Sean Robinson (Booking Photo)

ROSEVILLE (WWJ) – A Roseville police officer out on patrol was hit by an alleged drunken driver at 3 a.m. Friday in a parking lot at Groesbeck and 12 Mile Road.

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“The driver was highly intoxicated and really had no clue where he was at,” said Roseville Police Chief James Berlin.

No one was injured, the chief said; adding the patrol car had minor damage.

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The driver, Sean Robinson, 22, of Warren, failed to yield the right-of-way and drove straight into the officer’s squad car, police said. He was arrested for operating while impaired and causing a crash while impaired, both 90 day misdemeanors

He blamed the officer for causing the crash, police said. Robinson registered a .17 on a Breathalyzer, police said, which is more than twice the .08 threshold for drunken driving.

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“If he’d been twins, both would have been legally intoxicated at the time of the crash,” Berlin said.