Man stopped for swerving gets his third DUI charge

38-year-old Kerry Armbruster was charged with his third DUI after being pulled over on Murfreesboro Road in Lebanon for failing to maintain his lane of travel.

On August 29th, Wilson County Deputy Kenneth Rollins was dispatched to the area of Murfreesboro Road in Lebanon in reference to a possible impaired driver. The deputy noticed a vehicle matching the description given that was having trouble maintaining lanes. According to the affidavit, Rollins initiated his emergency equipment and attempted to stop the car, but it did not change speed.

Kerry Armbruster (WCSO)
Kerry Armbruster (WCSO)

The vehicle traveled approximately 200 to 300 yards before stopping. Deputy Rollins made contact with Kerry Armbruster at the driver’s side window and noticed a beer can on the passenger floorboard. Rollins noticed that Armbruster seemed a bit disoriented. He also told the deputy that he did not realize he was being pulled over. The deputy offered him a field sobriety test, but he refused. When Rollins searched him in the system, he discovered he was charged with his first DUI on August 29th, 2012, and his second DUI on March 3rd, 2015.

Kerry Armbruster was arrested and charged with driving under the influence. His bond was set at $2,500.

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