Cable guy arrested for DUI during call to sheriff's office

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Updated: 1/25/2012 6:59 pm
The Anderson County Sheriff's Department got a little more than it bargained for when they requested someone come to troubleshoot their internet problems.

According to Sergeant Robbie Armstrong, 49-year-old Randall Ramey--a Time Warner employee--showed up to the sheriff's office to fix some issues when he noticed Ramey had alcohol on his breath. When asked about it, the Time Warner employee told police he'd had approximately eight beers the night before.

Ramey was arrested on DUI charges. A blood test was ordered, but investigators are still waiting on the results. Time Warner was contacted, and apologized to the sheriff's department.

He's due to appear in court next month.
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