62-year-old Harry Majors was charged with DUI, reckless endangerment, driving on a revoked license, and violation of implied consent after he flipped his truck and then admitted to police he had been drinking.
On October 15th, 2016, Tennessee Highway Patrol Trooper Solomon was dispatched to a crash on Creighton Lane. Upon arrival, the trooper found a truck upside down. The trooper then made contact with the driver, Harry Majors, and noticed he had the strong odor of an intoxicant on and about his person, and red, watery eyes. Due to his injuries, the trooper was unable to offer any standardized field sobriety tests. Majors told the trooper he had consumed “a little” alcohol prior to driving. A half-empty bottle of Crown Royal Apple was found inside the vehicle.
A computer check revealed that Majors was driving on a license that was revoked in July of 2014 in Sumner County. Implied consent was read and explained but Majors refused the test. Sumner County Deputy Howard noted Majors was traveling well over the posted speed limit and turned the lights out. Majors also narrowly avoided hitting another vehicle in the area.
Since the 2016 arrest, Harry Majors has been charged on multiple occasions in Sumner County. He was most recently arrested September 1st in Sumner County, booked in Wilson County on September 3rd, and has been transferred back to Sumner County as of September 8th.
On September 1st, Harry Majors was arrested and charged with DUI, reckless endangerment, driving on a revoked license, and violation of implied consent. He was later released on his own recognizance and transferred back to Sumner County.