A Manchester man was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence Saturday when police allegedly observed him driving a car with no headlights on near the intersection of Old Fort Parkway and Fortress Boulevard.
Rodney D. Bogle, 39, has been charged with a DUI second offense, according to a Murfreesboro Police Department arrest report filed by Officer Tim Ledford.
“I made contact with the Bogle, who said he had just left Outback Steakhouse, where he had consumed a couple of alcoholic beverages,” Ledford reported. “I then asked him to step out of the vehicle, so I could conduct some field sobriety tests. I asked (him) again how many drinks he had consumed, and he said three.”
Ledford reported Bogle was unable to complete the field sobriety tests as demonstrated, at which point he was taken into custody.
This is the second time Bogle has been charged with an alcohol-related driving charge. According to the report, Bogle was convicted of a DUI in May 2004 by a Wilson County court.
Bogle was transported to the Rutherford County Adult Detention Center, where he was charged accordingly and held on a $2,000 bond. He is scheduled to appear May 1 in General Sessions Court.