Baton Rouge Police Arrest Livonia Man for 3rd Offense DWI
The Baton Rouge Police Department has arrested a 33-year-old Livonia man and charged him with 3rd Offense DWI.
According to a report, an officer stopped a vehicle driven by Anthony Jackson, 4985 Parlange, Livonia, after the vehicle ran through a red traffic light around 11:00pm Thursday November 7th.
The officer noted in the report that after making contact with Jackson he detected an odor of alcohol and noticed that Jackson was having trouble standing up.
When asked if he had anything to drink prior to driving, Jackson told the officer that he had a Big Daddy beer mug from Hooters and two 12-oz beers from Club Romeo.
The officer conducted a field sobriety and horizontal gaze nystagmus (HSN) test, both of which Jackson performed poorly on. Jackson was transported to a nearby police station where he refused a chemical breath test.
Jackson was charged with Reckless Operation, Red Light and due to his arrests for DWI in 2006 and 2011, he was also charged with 3rd Offense DWI.
Investigators transported him to EBR Parish Prison where he is being held in lieu of a $26,000 bond.