March 22, 2016According to a Broward Sheriff's Office Deputy, at 10 pm the driver was traveling east on Sunrise Blvd with his lights turned off. The driver made a wide turn to go north on Federal Highway, over-corrected and nearly struck the concrete divider. The BSO Deputy turned on his lights and siren to stop the driver, however, the driver did not react. The driver finally stopped after the deputy activated his air horn. According to the deputy, the driver emitted a strong odor of alcohol, his face was flushed, he had difficulty maintaining his balance while standing, and his eyes were red and watery. The driver presented a yellow repair bill when the deputy asked for his driver license and proof of insurance. The driver failed the HGN, Walk-and-Turn and One Leg Stand test. He was arrested, handcuffed and transported for further DUI testing. At the station, the driver agreed to provide a breath sample by blowing into the Intoxilyzer 8000. The driver's blood alcohol content (BAC) registered a .231% and his second reading registered a .225%.