Defendant was contacted for weaving across the dotted line, seemed very lethargic, had bloodshot eyes, smelled of alcoholic beverage, admitted to drinking wine and did not provide the officer the properly requested registration information upon contact. Defendant did roadside sobriety maneuvers, which he failed, including a preliminary breath test that gave a result of .109. Defendant then did a breath test with an official result of .065. The District Attorney agreed to dismiss the case after one year if Defendant remained law abiding, did 12 hours of alcohol education, useful public service, and pay court costs. The weaving charged was dismissed.
on April 1, 2015