Ronnie Glen Seagroves of Goodrich was arrested for DWI and Resisting Arrest
Intoxicated Driver Crashes Through Fence Into Muddy Field, LIVINGSTON, November 11, 2008 - Just minutes after 10 pm on November 11, 2008, a black 1997 Ford F-150 driven by Ronnie Glen Seagroves, 50, of Goodrich was west-bound on 1988 West less than a mile from the Trinity River Authority when his truck left the road and crashed through a barbed wire fence next to Southland Park. Deputy Craig Turner with the Polk County Sheriff's Office was dispatched to the scene along with DPS Trooper Kevin Burman. They were able to get Seagroves' truck out of the field and parked next to a ditch on 1988. Seagroves was belligerent and combative with Deputy Turner. Seagroves also had a heavy scent of alcohol on himself and there was a heavy smell of alcohol coming from the interior of his truck. Seagroves repeatedly used profanity when speaking to both Trooper Burman and Deputy Turner. Seagroves was placed under arrest for suspicion of driving while intoxicated and resisting arrest and was driven to Polk County Jail and booked in. Seagroves did have insurance and his vehicle was towed away from the scene by Ken's Towing and his truck will be stored at Harrison's Body Shop in Livingston.