46-year-old Stanley Greenwood was charged with possession of marijuana and driving under the influence after being stopped for crossing over the fog line several times and then admitted there was no point in taking a sobriety test because he was drunk.
On March 21st, Trooper Steven Seale observed a minivan leaving Jimmy’s Sports Bar & Grill and noticed the vehicle crossed the fog line on Sparta Pike many times. According to the affidavit, when the trooper stopped the vehicle he identified Stanley Greenwood, noticed the scent of alcohol and observed Greenwood to be intoxicated.
The trooper said not only did Greenwood admit to drinking, when offered sobriety tests he stated: “I’m drunk and I shouldn’t be driving. I’m not going to take any tests.” While searching the vehicle, Trooper Seale found a small glass jar with a “green leaf life substance” he believed to be cannabis. The Tennessee Highway
Patrol citation states the presence of two beers and a bottle of Canadian whiskey.
Stanley Greenwood was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana and driving under the influence. His bond was set at $1,000.