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OGDEN -- An Ogden police officer who allegedly caused thousands of dollars of damage in a drunk driving crash has pleaded guilty to reduced charges against him.
Prosecutors said Jared Ingalsbe was under the influence of alcohol when he drove his car into a power pole on June 30--knocking it down and causing power lines to fall into the road. The crash caused $13,000 in damage.
According to the Standard-Examiner, Ingalsbe pleaded guilty to reckless driving Thursday--and agreed to pay a $595 fine.
He remained on administrative leave.