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Trooper pleads not guilty to OUI

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A Massachusetts state trooper allegedly driving erratically in Bourne this week has pleaded not guilty to drunken driving charges. Robert Gilmore was released on personal recognizance after his arraignment Tuesday in Falmouth District Court. Gilmore, 38, a 14-year department veteran, was on medical leave for an injured knee when he was pulled over Monday in Bourne after town police received reports of an erratic driver and a woman called to say someone was trying to run her off the road. Gilmore's attorney refused to comment.

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