20-year-old Briana Hallums was charged with driving under the influence, possession of marijuana, driving on a revoked license, and violation of probation when police found 14 grams of marijuana in her car after an accident.
On May 20th, Field Training Officer Byrnes was dispatched to an injury accident around 225 W. Main when he made contact with the driver, Briana Hallums, who he stated smelled of marijuana. She refused any treatment said FTO Byrnes, and when she was speaking to WEMA, he could smell a strong odor of weed inside the car too. Hallums admitted to the officer that she had a small amount of weed inside her car and possibly a grinder.
When the officer searched the vehicle after asking Hallums to step out, approximately 14 grams of weed, a set of digital scales, and a grinder in the center console. She performed a field sobriety test and the officer stated that she showed signs of impairment on all tasks. FTO Byrnes ran her license through the system to find that her license was revoked after her first DUI from August 2019.
Briana Hallums was arrested and charged with driving under the influence, possession of marijuana, driving on a revoked license, and violation of probation. Her bond was set at $6,000.