ROSEVILLE (WWJ) – An off-duty Roseville police officer who was driven home by Ferndale police after driving the wrong way along Woodward Avenue has reached a plea that will let him off with a traffic ticket.

David Raymer (Photo: Ferndale police)

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Officer David Raymer was initially charged with reckless driving following the incident which was caught on dash cam video on November 9. According to police, 40-year-old Raymer was driving the wrong way on Woodward when Ferndale police pulled him over at around 12:30 a.m. Police said the officers suspected that Raymer was driving drunk, but he was not given a breathalyzer.

His guilty plea to careless driving will result in a $265 ticket.

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Roseville Police Chief James Berlin says he’s embarrassed by the incident and Raymer remains suspended from the department without pay.

The Ferndale officer who drove Raymer home was given a one-day suspension.

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