The police department received a BOLO for a vehicle that was driving erratically and then stopping. According to the BOLO, a person got out of the vehicle and charged them. The officer got onto the highway and saw the vehicle described in the BOLO parked on the shoulder. The officer activated his emergency lights and made contact with the driver. The driver had red/bloodshot and glassy eyes and he smelled like alcohol. He seemed to be unsteady on his feet and denied being the person described in the BOLO. He then allegedly performed roadsides according to the officer, however, his video immediately shuts off before the roadsides. Additionally, the officer’s reports indicated that the Defendant refused them. The Defendant was arrested and taken to the jail where he blew a .127 and .128. The Firm negotiated with the State Attorney’s Office and they agreed to dismiss the charges for Driving Under the Influence.