17 year old Juss Taylor of Willis contemplates the situation that he finds himself in.
Intoxication, Pills, and Meth, LIVINGSTON, April 17, 2011 - Shortly before 6 pm on April 16, 2011, Sergeant William Jerry with the Polk County Sheriff's Office spotted a tan Chevy Malibu driven by Juss Taylor, 17, of Willis, north-bound on Business 59 in Livingston. The problem was, Taylor was driving north-bound in the south-bound lanes. Sergeant Jerry managed to get the vehicle stopped a short distance from Business 59 near the Livingston Bus Barn. Sergeant Jerry sensed that Taylor was intoxicated. Jerry got consent for a vehicle search and upon searching the vehicle, Jerry found pills and a small amount of methamphetamine.
Jerry cuffed and loaded Juss Taylor into his patrol unit. Moments later, Jerry was joined by Sergeant Nita Bowen, Trooper David Flowers, and Deputies Terri Mayer and Dustin Lowery. Trooper Flowers conducted a field sobriety test on Taylor and he was placed under arrest for driving while intoxicated. Taylor faces additional charges for possession, driving on the wrong side of road while not passing, and no driver's license. Juss Taylor was booked into Polk County Jail. Taylor's vehicle was towed by Harwood Wrecker Service and will be stored in Livingston.
Juss Taylor didn't like our camera taking his picture but still had to make the perp walk.
Trooper David Flowers conducted a field sobriety test on Taylor.
Vehicle Recovery Specialist, Jim Harwood will keep Taylor's vehicle safe at his storage yard.
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