A 26-year-old Canton man was arrested on operating while intoxicated charges - his second offense - on Oct. 18, according to a police report.
Police saw a silver car traveling southbound on Canton Center Rd. at 54 miles per hour in a 45 mile per hour zone, the report said.
Police followed the car as it turned westbound onto Cherry Hill and turned turned on siren lights as the car turned again into the subdivision on Highlands Drive. The car failed to pull over, and instead continued down the street, turning onto Fountain View and passing about 10 houses before pulling into the driveway of his home, the report said.
The man told police that he saw the lights turn on when he turned into the subdivision, but he wanted to get into his driveway, the report said.
Police said the man's eyes were bloodshot and glassy and they could smell alcohol on his breath. They could also smell marijuana inside the car, the report said.
The man told police that he had a couple of beers to drink several hours ago. The man consented to a breathalyzer with a result of .123 blood alcohol concentration, the report said.
The man was placed under arrest for operating while intoxicated. Police determined he had a prior operating while intoxicated conviction in Plymouth in May 2012, according to the report.
Police removed and destroyed the metal license plate. They also discovered a small baggie of marijuana, two multi-colored glass pipes with marijuana residue in the bowl areas and a gold grinder with marijuana residue, the report said.