Kentucky man found to be DUI after being stopped for distracted driving on I-75 in Gordon County
According to a Georgia State Patrol incident report, on Friday, September 18th, 2020, at approximately 3:08 PM, TFC Bullock observed a gray Toyota Camry that was traveling north on I-75 near mile marker 310 in the right lane fail to maintain its lane to the right. TFC2 Haney got out with TFC Bullock to assist with the traffic stop. Trooper Haney made contact with the driver identified as Jason Allen Miller, 42 of Louisville, Kentucky. Trooper Haney reported, "While talking to Mr. Miller, [I] could smell a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from his breath." He also noticed his speech was slurred and that his eyes were bloodshot and watery. The trooper asked Miller how much he had to drink, and he stated, "a couple." The trooper asked Miller if he would perform Standardized Field Sobriety, and he verbally agreed by saying, "yes." During the horizontal gaze nystagmus test, Miller showed six out of six clues that he was impaired. Miller if agreed to give a breath sample on the trooper's PBT. The results were positive for .154. Miller was placed under arrest for DUI and read to the Georgia Implied Consent Notice for suspects age 21 or over at approximately to which Miller verbally agreed by saying "yes." Miller was transported to the Gordon County Jail charged with DUI driving under the influence of alcohol, open container, distracted driving/use of cell phone, and failure to maintain lane.