DRUNKEN ARMY LT COLONEL BATTLES COPS
OUTSIDE FAYETTEVILLE NIGHT CLUB
ALPHONSO PLUMMER CHARGED WITH THREE
COUNTS OF ASSAULT WITH A DEADLY WEAPON
AND DRIVING WHILE IMPAIRED - OFFICER HAD
ARRIVED ON FORT BRAGG FOUR DAYS BEFORE

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It didn't take long for the light colonel to get in trouble.

Alphonso Plummer had only been on Fort Bragg four days before he ended up in handcuffs after battling Fayetteville, N.C. cops outside a popular Bragg Blvd. night club.

The 41 year-old lieutenant colonel has been charged with three counts of assault with a deadly weapon, one count of driving while impaired, and another of possessing an open alcohol container in the passenger area of his vehicle.

HE CAN KISS HIS MILITARY CAREER "GOOD-BYE"

According to the police report, an off-duty policeman spotted Plummer bang into another vehicle while trying to leave a parking lot outside Sharky's Cabaret.

When the security man called for help and tried to take the colonel into custody, he reportedly fought them and continued trying to drive his sports utility vehicle.

LTC Plummer can be sure of one thing. He can kiss any chance of making bird colonel good-bye.

 

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