A Plympton man is facing his sixth drunken driving charge — and possible loss of his license for life — after he allegedly drove his gray pickup truck erratically in Carver, police said.
Police received a report at about 6 p.m. Tuesday of a gray pickup truck swerving across marked lanes on Tremont Street. Police checked the area and did not locate the truck. Three hours later, more calls streamed in that a similar truck was being driven erratically on Plymouth Street and through the Shaw’s Supermarket parking lot on North Main Street, police said.
Carver Police Chief Marc Duphily and three other officers found the truck, a 2003 Dodge Dakota, a short time later behind Shaw’s and arrested the operator, 49-year-old David Durling. Full story for BostonGlobe.com subscribers.