Hi-way Man tells cops he was just 'high and happy' after being pulled over for reckless driving
According to Lt David Smith who stopped Evans, the man was speaking quickly and nonsensically about how high he was 'due to his use of a vape pen'
A 51-year-old Florida man explained that he was just “high and happy” after being pulled over for reckless driving on Wednesday morning.
According to the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office, deputies pulled over Theodore John Evans, of Jupiter after multiple callers reported a Toyota RAV4 running red lights, passing through no-go zones and not staying in lanes
According to Lt David Smith who stopped Evans, the man was speaking quickly and nonsensically about how high he was “due to his use of a vape pen.”
The deputy reported that Evans’ eyes were watery and bloodshot and that he failed field sobriety tests.
Marijuana candies, a glass pipe, and a vape pen were found inside Evans’ SUV, according to the sheriff’s office.
Evans, whose occupation is listed as a sales consultant on the arrest form, was charged with DUI and arrested.
He was jailed on Wednesday afternoon, where his bail was set at $2,500, and later released on Thursday afternoon, according to Monroe County records.
Evans faces one count of illegal alcohol DUI influence of alcohol or drugs.
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