DUI: Man drives wrong way toward officer on a closed road, refuses breathalyzer, demands lawyer: Trevor Adamson

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34-year-old Trevor Seth Adamson is charged with DUI after police say he drove the wrong way down a closed one-way street with no lights on toward a marked police car while drunk.

Metro Nashville Police had marked a patrol vehicle on a closed roadway in the early hours of Sunday morning when it was approached by a vehicle with no lights on, driving the wrong way down the street toward it. The driver of the vehicle was Trevor Adamson, who police say stopped his vehicle near the patrol car and attempted to ask the officer a question, as the officer approached his vehicle as he spoke. The officer says he smelled alcohol coming from Adamson, despite him claiming to have not consumed any. The officer conducted field sobriety tests, all of which he reportedly showed impairment. Adamson refused to answer when asked to submit to a breath test but stated he would like to speak to his lawyer.

Trevor S. Adamson (MNPD)
Trevor S. Adamson (MNPD)

Trevor Adamson, 34, was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail at 6:50 a.m. on 08/08, charged with driving under the influence and violation of the implied consent law. He is free on pre-trial release.

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