Livingston Man Arrested for DWI, NEW WILLARD, August 8, 2012 - Shortly before midnight on August 7, 2012, Sergeant William Jerry with the Polk County Sheriff's Office spotted a car that was weaving on US-59 (south bound), in the area of New Willard. Sergeant Jerry initiated a traffic stop of the white Toyota driven by Michael Howard Williams, 37, of Livingston. Jerry observed that Williams was in possession of a mixed drink. When speaking to Williams, Jerry could smell alcohol on Williams' breath. Jerry suspected intoxication and summoned Trooper Ramey Bass with the Texas Highway Patrol. Jerry was quickly backed up by Lieutenant Mark Jones, also with the Polk County Sheriff's Office. When Trooper Bass arrived he conducted a field sobriety test on Williams and placed Williams under arrest for suspicion of driving while intoxicated. Additionally, Williams was given a breathalyzer test in which he blew nearly twice the legal limit. Michael Williams was loaded into a unit and driven to Polk County Jail. A rollback wrecker from Ken's Towing recovered Williams' vehicle and it will be stored at Harrison Body Shop in Livingston.
37 year old Michael Howard Williams of Livingston told Trooper Bass that he only had a couple of beers earlier in the afternoon, but blew nearly twice the legal limit on a breathalyzer test.
Bass placed Williams under arrest for DWI.
Sergeant William Jerry poured the Bacardi Rum out.
Skull seat covers...
Houdini had one ear flopped.
Mixi's cuteness cannot be denied.
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