Operation Pullover Case Study

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This officer while working Operation Pullover was traveling S/B in the 400 block of N Broad St and observed a grey vehicle traveling northbound at a high rate of speed. This officer activated the rear radar antenna as the vehicle passed and clocked it at 44 MPH; this officer turned around and caught up with the vehicle as it entered the 700 block of N. Broad. This officer had my unit's emergency lights activated and the vehicle started to pull to the right side of the roadway. This officer observed the driver pickup something from the center console and place it on the floorboard as the vehicle struck the curb.

This officer exited my patrol unit and contacted the driver and lone occupant of the vehicle. This officer advised the driver identified as Phillip Weer via and Indiana Driver's License the reason for being stopped. This officer noticed an open container of alcohol lying on the floorboard of the vehicle. This officer asked Weer if it was an open container of alcohol and he stated "Yes" This officer later retrieved the container and it was found to be Dimitri vodka 357 Ml. While speaking with Weer this officer observed his eyes to be slightly bloodshot, speech was mumbled and a strong odor of an intoxicating beverage about his breath as he spoke. This officer asked Weer, when the last time he had consumed
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This officer transported Weer to the Griffith Police Station for processing. After arriving at the station this officer again read, Weer the Indiana Implied Consent and he stated "Yes". This officer a certified breath test operator cleared Weer's mouth of foreign objects and waited in excess of 15 minutes. After waiting in excess of 15 minutes, Weer provided a 2 valid breath samples into the Intox EC/IR-II. The breath samples provided by Weer registered .182g/210L of

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