28-year-old Shevon Whyte was found asleep at the wheel of his red Dodge Charger at Oakmont Drive on January 15th. When officers tried to wake up Whyte, he was argumentative and refused to answer questions. Officers observed Whyte to have slurred speech, watery eyes, and the odor of an alcoholic beverage. Officers noticed that when Whyte lifted his head, there was vomit on his lap and his driver-side floor. Whyte was then asked to get out of his vehicle. Whyte stated that he was at his friend’s house on Pembroke Road and admitted to having three shots of an alcoholic beverage. He then added that he was unsure of where he was and did not let anyone drive his car. Attached to Whyte’s vehicle was a mailbox post, which Whyte said he had no recollection of hitting. Whyte was later asked to perform a field sobriety test but denied that, as well as a breathalyzer test and giving blood. Officers discovered that Whyte had custody of twelve minor children, and they were taken to his girlfriend. Shevon Whyte was taken into custody and charged with driving under the influence.
Shevon Anthony Whyte of Sivley Road in Hopkinsville, KY, was booked into the Montgomery County Jail on January 15th, charged with driving under the influence and implied consent. A judicial commissioner set his bond at $3,000.
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