A LaPlace man named Justin Clement was booked on his fourth DWI in five months after he struck a curb and blew a tire in Metairie, Louisiana. Clement reportedly had a toddler with him in the vehicle.
Clement reportedly had blood-shot eyes, smelled of alcohol and performed poorly on a field sobriety test. However, Clement’s blood alcohol was .064, under the .08 legal limit. Blood and urine samples were taken since drug impairment was suspected.
Clement was booked with DWI-fourth offense, child endangerment and driving with a suspended license.
Clement has three previous DWI arrests; first, in October in Ascension Parish and then, in November and December, both in St. John the Baptist Parish.
Source: The Times Picayune, “Driver booked with fourth DWI in five months after Metairie crash,” March 6, 2012.