DUI: Lynard Jones unable to tell officers what day it is after crashing his car

41-year-old Lynard Jones was seen driving under the influence after a car accident on Whites Creek Pike on July 7th. When officers arrived on the scene, Jones was being treated for injuries to his back. When officers went to speak with Jones, they immediately noticed the strong smell of alcohol coming from his breath. Jones also admitted to officers that he was drinking before the accident. Due to Jones’ injuries, he was then transported to the hospital, where officers spoke with him again. Officers first asked him what day it was, and Jones could not answer, having to look at his watch to answer the question. Officers then asked Jones how many drinks he had, and he admitted to having three to five drinks that morning. When officers asked Jones what time he had consumed alcohol, he stated 10  or 11 a.m., but when they asked him, it was only 10:45 a.m. A passerby also called in the vehicle accident at 9:54 a.m. Officers also asked Jones what he was drinking, to which he admitted to a Bloody Mary. Officers then performed sobriety tests, and Jones showed numerous indicators of intoxication on the test. Officers deemed Jones to be intoxicated, and he was then taken into custody for DUI.