Police: Husband, wife arrested on drunken driving charges after towing incident
BROOKLINE — A woman is facing drunken driving charges after she returned to the scene of her husband's arrest earlier in the night, police said.
On Saturday around 10:29 p.m. an officer pulled over a pickup truck on Route 13 that had been speeding and failed to dim its lights, police said.
Mark Kukla, 55, of Brookline, was driving and police arrested him for driving while intoxicated.
His wife, 46-year-old Danyell Kukla, of Brookline, had been a passenger in the truck at the time. Officers believed she also had been drinking and gave her a courtesy ride back to her home.
While an officer remained on scene waiting for the truck to be towed, Danyell Kukla returned in a different vehicle and asked that her vehicle be towed instead of the truck, police said. The officer arrested her and charged her with DWI as well.
Police said both Kuklas had an alcohol concentration level over the legal limit of .08.
Both were bailed on $1,500 personal recognizance and were scheduled to appear in Milford district court Tuesday.