“He wouldn’t give me any information. He ended up calling his lawyer who showed up,” he said.
Pinargote said he observed Maloney to be staggering and incoherent at the accident scene, an observation corroborated by Sgt. Simard.
Police reported no injuries in last night’s accident. Pinargote and his girlfriend were headed north on South Union Street when they noticed Maloney’s white Nissan Maxima driving erratically behind them, they told police.
“I had just come from the hospital and was in a little pain,” Pinargote said last night.
“My two fenders, my passengers door and drivers side door and the whole front end and passenger’s side of the car is damaged,” he said.
Maloney became city clerk in September of 2004. He is a lifelong Lawrence resident and has been licensed to practice law in Massachusetts since December 1986.