Man demands breath test to prove sobriety: blows .245, 3x legal limit.

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Brant Peter Adam put his car into a grass median as he was followed by an Officer early Thursday morning. He then demanded a breath test to prove his sobriety. Twice. The officer obliged, and Brant Adam blew a .245, over 3 times the legal limit of .08 in Tennessee.

Metro Nashville Police Officer Joshua Whitworth observed Brant Adam’s car blocking both lanes of travel across Gallatin at Greenwood. The vehicle was just sitting there, stopped, facing West. As the officer approached, the vehicle suddenly took off North on Gallatin, swerving across all lanes of travel. Adam then turned onto McClurkan and a traffic stop was attempted, but was unsuccessful. Adam didn’t stop for the intersection with Trevecca, and ran his vehicle into the grass median.

Brant Adam (MNPD)

Officer Whitworth then made contact with Brant Adam, who consented to various SFST’s, all of which reportedly indicated signs of impairment. Adam requested a breath test to prove his sobriety, so the Officer read him the implied consent and Miranda cards, he stated he understood everything and wanted to take take the breath test. After a 20-minute observation period, be blew multiple successful tests, the final of which was .245.

Brant Peter Adam was charged with DUI – driving under the influence, and booked into the Davidson County Jail at 3:29 a.m., cleared by medical at 8:37 a.m., with final booking at 5:45 a.m. At 9:44 a.m., Adam was freed on pre-trial release, to his South Carolina address. He is scheduled to appear in court in June.

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