Crime Watch: 2 Nabbed in I-95 DUI Cases
Stafford, Va. — Sheriff’s deputies on Thursday charged two people in separate DUI cases on Interstate 95.
A deputy was called at 1:20 p.m. to investigate a car traveling on I-95 south at the Va. 630 exit in Stafford, after someone called 911 to report the car was swerving between lanes. The deputy stopped the car, smelled alcohol on the driver, noticed the driver’s speech was slurred, and later found marijuana inside the car, said Stafford sheriff’s spokesman Bill Kennedy.
The driver was also seen throwing objects from the car while on I-95, said Kennedy.
Austin Brown, 21, of Hampstead, N.C., is charged with DUI, possession of marijuana, and possession of an open container of alcohol, said Kennedy.
At 10:45 p.m., another driver called 911 to report a car traveling south on I-95 appeared to have been driven by a drunken driver.
A deputy caught up with the car and followed it to a WaWa gas station near the intersection of Va. 610 and I-95 in North Stafford. The car was parked and the occupants wereinside the store when the deputy arrived, said Kennedy.
The deputy confronted the two as they walked out and then questioned the driver, who told the deputy his passenger had been driving the car, said Kennedy. The deputy noticed the man had slurred speech and glassy eyes, and determined he was the driver, said Kennedy.
Timothy Garrett, of Kings Row in Dumfries, is charged with DUI, refusing a breath test, and habitual DUI offense, said Kennedy. His license was revoked and he was taken to Rappahannock Regional Jail and held on bond.
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