34 year old Justin Kyle Stinson, of Frankston, appeared to be heavily intoxicated.
Driver Crashes Into Guard Rail, Intoxication Suspected, MOUNT ROSE, September 18, 2018 - At approximately 5:45 pm on September 18, 2018, a red 2005 Ford 500, driven by Justin Kyle Stinson, 34, of Frankston, was south-bound on FM-1988 South. As Stinson entered a curve over a creek, he apparently entered too fast and struck the bridge guard rail. He continued south and pulled over moments later in the 2451 block of 1988. Americare Ambulance Service was dispatched to the scene along with Troopers John Allen and Zach Lenderman with the Texas Highway Patrol. Stinson appeared intoxicated as he had a pillow and blanket now laid out beside his vehicle. Stinson was found to be in possession of a ziplock bag that was filled with bottles of prescription medication. Stinson was so incoherent, that Trooper John Allen was not able to give him a sobriety test. Trooper Allen was going to place Stinson under arrest for driving while intoxicated, but Stinson couldn't stand for even a short length of time and was completely incoherent. Out of concern for Stinson's well being, Allen decided to send Stinson to CHI Livingston Memorial Hospital. Pending toxicology reports, Stinson may be facing the charge of driving while intoxicated. Stinson's vehicle was recovered by LakeView Wrecker and will be stored in Livingston.
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Stinson's 2005 Ford 500 shows driver's side damage after he struck a guard rail over FM-1988 South.
Stinson hands a ziplock bag with prescription medication to EMS personnel from Americare Ambulance Service.
Troopers John Allen (left) and Zach Lenderman try to speak with Stinson.
Stinson was so incoherent that Trooper Allen wasn't able to administer a field sobriety test.
Initially, Trooper Allen was going to place Stinson under arrest, but Stinson's condition was so bad, that Allen changed his mind and had him sent to the hospital to be checked out.
Stinson was transported to CHI Livingston Memorial Hospital to be checked out.
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