Louisiana State Police arrested a Ruston man for his second DWI after stopping him for speeding early Sunday morning.
Dominique D. Hill, 27, was clocked by a state trooper on Tech Drive at 41 miles per hour in a 25 mph zone. When Hill was approached, the trooper noticed a moderate odor of alcoholic beverage and saw Hill’s eyes were bloodshot. Hill told the trooper he had drunk two beers earlier. Hill submitted to field sobriety tests and based on his performance, he was arrested.
Hill submitted to a breath test at the Lincoln Parish Detention Center which indicated a blood alcohol content of .174g%, over two times the legal limit in Louisiana.
A criminal history track check revealed Hill had a previous DWI offense in 2020. His license showed to be suspended from that offense. He was booked for second offense DWI, driving under suspension, and speeding.
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