Soldier Dale Paulson tells police he didn’t “feel like stopping” at DUI checkpoint

Soldier Dale Paulson tells police he didn’t “feel like stopping” at DUI checkpoint

22-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Dale Paulson was seen in a maroon Chevy Silverado failing to stop at a DUI checkpoint at Kraft Street on March 15th. A traffic stop was made at the intersection of Kraft Street and Frosty Morn Drive, and law enforcement made contact with Paulson, who stated that the reason he didn’t stop was because he didn’t feel like it. Shortly after, Paulson told the officer that he had three beers at Tippers Bar but told the deputy that he had four. Paulson consented to sobriety tests and performed poorly. On the way to jail, Paulson stated that he had six beers and had “gotten onto post like this before.” Dale Paulson was taken into custody and charged with driving under the influence, open container law, and failure to obey the lawful order of an officer.

DALE JAMES PAULSON (MCSO)
DALE JAMES PAULSON (MCSO)

Dale James Paulson of Desert Storm Avenue in Fort Campbell, KY, was booked into the Montgomery County Jail on March 16th, charged with driving under the influence, open container law, and failure to obey lawful order of officer. A judicial commissioner set his bond at $4,000.

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