DailyPress.com by Ashely Kelley, April 23, 2010
— Jason Herzing tried to walk a straight line with both arms at his side. His steps were wobbly, his speech was slurred, and he struggled to obey the commands.
Police recruit Beverly Bond took his blood-alcohol level. It was .17 — more than twice the legal limit of .08.
“What does that mean?” Herzing asks.
“It means I’m going to have to put you under arrest for drinking and driving,” Bond tells him.
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Rob Ostermaier, Daily Press / April 16, 2010 – Newport News police cadet Marco Ward gives volunteer Jim Walls a field sobriety test Friday evening at the Police Academy Training Center on Jefferson Avenue. Volunteers drink a measured amount of alcohol and are then tested by cadets.
Rob Ostermaier, Daily Press / April 16, 2010 – Newport News police cadet Beverly Bond gives a breathalyzer test to intoxicated volunteer Jason Herzing Friday at the Police Academy Training Center on Jefferson Avenue.”
Rob Ostermaier, Daily Press / April 16, 2010 – During DUI training at the Police Academy Training Center on Jefferson Avenue, Newport News police cadet Beverly Bond looks for wobbling eyes that indicate that volunteer Jason Herzing has been drinking. Cadets are required to administer the field sobriety test in a specific order to accurately assess the condition of a driver
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