Oklahoma DUI Suspect Arrives in Court Smelling of Alcohol

A 50-year old man arrived in the Washington County courthouse Tuesday to be arraigned on charges of driving under the influence in Oklahoma. The judge detected alcohol on him and added charges of public intoxication.

Tommy Joe Thomison had been arrested for Oklahoma DUI on Saturday after being stopped for having a loud muffler. When the judge suspected alcohol in court on Tuesday, she asked Thomison if he had driven himself to court. When he said he had, the judge asked him to sit down while a deputy was called. Thomison was given a field sobriety test, which he reportedly failed, leading to the extra charge.

Thomison has at least two OK DUI convictions on his driving record and he was arrested for public intoxication in 2007.

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