21-year-old Jordan Powell was charged with driving under the influence after swerving while driving on Charlotte Pike after coming back from a bar in Robertson County that led to his hazardous driving and arrest near Nashville Christian School.
On May 21st, Officer Groeneweg observed Jordan Powell swerving on Charlotte Pike at 1:45 a.m. After being stopped at Nashville Christian School, Powell “appeared intoxicated and smelled heavily of alcohol,” per the affidavit. Powell confessed to being at a bar in Robertson County, playing darts and drinking for many hours. His intoxication was physically noticeable, having dilated pupils, his eyes also appearing bloodshot.
Powell agreed to a standardized field sobriety test, showing signs of inebriation throughout. Following his consent to a breath test, his results showed a .197 blood-alcohol concentration after two attempts. The legal limit for a breathalyzer test in Tennessee is .08.
Jordan Powell was arrested and charged with driving under the influence of an intoxicant. He was later freed on pre-trial release.
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