Lebanon man crashes on field sobriety test; charged with DUI

28-year-old Michael Morris was charged with DUI and driving on a suspended license after he was involved in a single-vehicle accident and officers noticed his lethargic behavior, droopy eyelids, and single red runny nostril that lead to a failed field sobriety test.

On March 19th, officers responded to a singular vehicle accident on Academy Road where they made contact with Micahel Morris. Michael was being treated by WEMA but officers noticed that his lethargic behavior, his pupils were constricted, eyelids were droopy, and one nostril was red and running.

Michael Morris (WCSO)
Michael Morris (WCSO)

Officers asked Michael to perform a standard field sobriety test to which he complied. Michael exhibited signs of impairment during the test. A computer check revealed that Michael had a suspended license due to financial responsibility out of Lebanon City Court.

Michael Morris was arrested and charged with DUI and driving on a suspended license. He was later released on his own recognizance.

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