Charlotte-Mecklenburg police officer charged with DWI
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — A Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department officer was arrested Wednesday on a D.W.I. charge, according to police.
WSOC-TV reported that Aubrey Joy Guldager was arrested around 2 a.m. and charged with driving while impaired.
Guldager was hired by Charlotte-Mecklenburg police on Jan. 25, 2010, and was assigned to the North Tryon division.
She has been placed on paid administrative assignment pending the outcome of the investigation.
“D.W.I. is an extremely dangerous offense and something we as an organization will not tolerate. The C.M.P.D. will continue to hold our officers to the highest standards and accountable for their actions,” said Chief Rodney Monroe in a statement.