Fort Campbell Soldier Indicted for Tennessee DUI

An Army soldier stationed at Fort Campbell has been indicted by a grand jury for driving under the influence in Tennessee and for severely injuring another motorist. Joseph C. Pergram crossed the center line of a highway with his SUV on July 7 and struck the vehicle of Lori Teague head-on. Pergram fled the scene on foot and was found in the woods by Tennessee Highway Patrol deputies about 90 minutes later. According to the arrest warrant, he was impaired by Xanax and beer.

Pergram, 25, was formally charged with Tennessee DUI, vehicular assault, aggravated assault, reckless endangerment and leaving the scene of an accident. He will be arraigned in Circuit Court in September. Pergram has a prior conviction for DUI from November 2009.

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