nj.com TRENTON — The on-duty state trooper accused of driving drunk and crashing into another car at a rest stop last month allegedly had a blood alcohol content that was twice the legal limit, documents show. Sgt. First Class Michael Roadside, 51, emerged from his troop car looking "disheveled" and attempted to pay the driver whose car he struck $1,000 if she agreed not to report the incident, according to the woman's account in police records obtained by NJ Advance Media Tuesday under an Open Public Records Act request. Roadside also claimed to troopers that his slurred speech and impaired walking were the result of a recent surgery, the reports show. He was later found to have a blood alcohol content of 0.16 percent, according to the police records.
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