Tennessee man arrested for DUI after 911 call from concerned citizen and failing to maintain lane

According to a Whitfield County Sheriff’s Office incident, On November 23rd, 2022, at 9:49 PM, Deputy Figg responded to the area of One9 stop in reference to a possible DUI. The vehicle given in the lookout was a Brown Hyundai passenger car. According to the report, “Upon arrival to the area, Deputy Figg observed a brown Honda Accord sitting at the pumps. As Deputy Figg pulled into the parking lot of the One9, the vehicle pulled away from the pumps and left, traveling north on Conn 3 and going toward Dug Gap Road in the right lane. Deputy Figg pulled out, getting in behind the vehicle. As Deputy Figg was following the vehicle, within a quarter of a mile from pulling out of the One9, he observed the vehicle begin going to the left, ridding the dotted line, then going back to the fog line. The vehicle did this twice and then went over the dotted line, at which time Deputy Figg activated his blue lights on Conn 3 at Dug Gap road. The vehicle continued traveling north, finally stopping at S. Dixie Hwy.” Deputy Figg then made contact with the driver, identified as Gabriel Ernesto Menjivar-Aguilar., 25, of Nashville, TN. Deputy Figg observed that Gabriel’s eyes were glassy and bloodshot, also with a blank stare. Gabriel could only provide a passport for ID. When asked, Gabriel stated he only had one beer before driving. During Field Sobriety testing, Gabriel showed several signs of impairment. Gabriel was placed under arrest for DUI and agreed to the state test. Gabriel was transported to the Whitfield County Jail, where he showed a BAC of .187. Gabriel was charged with a single-lane violation, driving without a driver’s license, and DUI.

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