32-year-old David Hogan admits to driving from “somewhere on Broadway” to near Lipscomb University, and taking “a few shots” along the way. When police responded to the area, they located him leaning against a fence in the backyard of a residence, with his arm through the neck hole of his shirt, and profusely sweating. Neighbors say he left his car parked with its hazards on while he was drunkenly roaming through the neighborhood. He blew a 0.139 BAC.
|ARREST WARRANT / AFFIDAVIT:|
|AT 0126 ON 08/14/2021, OFFICERS RESPONDED TO THE INTERSECTION OF GRANNY WHITE PIKE AND MORROW AVE IN REGARDS TO A SUSPICIOUS VEHICLE. OFFICERS MADE CONTACT WITH THE COMPLAINANT WHO STATED THAT HE OBSERVED A VEHICLE PARKED WITH ITS HAZARD LIGHTS ON|
AND DOOR OPEN WHILE OUT JOGGING.
THE WITNESS FURTHER STATED THAT HE WITNESS THE DRIVER, LATER IDENTIFIED AS DAVID HOGAN, EXIT THE VEHICLE AND WALK TOWARDS A ROW OF HOUSES. THE WITNESS OBSERVED AN OPEN, EMPTY LIQUOR BOTTLE ON THE FLOORBOARD OF THE PASSENGER SIDE OF THE VEHICLE.
OFFICERS FOLLOWED THE SOUND OF YELLING TO THE BACKYARD OF A NEARBY RESIDENCE WHERE THEY FOUND THE DEFENDANT LEANING AGAINST A FENCE WITH HIS ARM THROUGH THE NECK HOLE OF HIS SHIRT AND SWEATING.
OFFICERS QUESTIONED THE DEFENDANT ABOUT THE VEHICLE IN WHICH HE CONFIRMED THAT HE HAD LEASED IT AND THAT HE WAS THE DRIVER. OFFICERS LED THE DEFENDANT BACK TO THE PATROL VEHICLE WHERE HE ADMITTED TO OFFICERS THAT HE HAD DRIVEN TO THAT LOCATION FROM “SOMEWHERE ON BROADWAY” AND HAD TAKEN “A FEW SHOTS” OF THE BOTTLE IN HIS VEHICLE.
HE CONDUCTED STANDARDIZED FIELD SOBRIETY TESTS WHICH HE WAS UNABLE TO SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETE. OFFICERS ADVISED THE DEFENDANT OF HIS M1RANDA RIGHTS AND IMPLIED CONSENT AT 0214. THE DEFENDANT THEN
CONSENTED TO A BREATH SAMPLE FOR CHEMICAL TESTING IN WHICH HE BLEW A 0.139 BAC.
|SIERRA R WALKER / 4000719 / MNPD|
|SIGNED BY COMMISSIONER / JUDGE:|
|BRUCE KESSLER 08/14/2021 04:30|