Greenwood mayor apprehended for drunk driving
Greenwood mayor David Welborn Adams was recently arrested after authorities accused him of operating a vehicle while under the influence, an article from wistv.com reported on September 20.
On September 19, authorities from the South Carolina Highway Patrol arrested the 49-year-old mayor on Edgefield Street. Mayor Adams was reportedly at a safety checkpoint when he was approached by troopers. Authorities subjected Adams to a field sobriety test after observing he had a strong smell of alcohol. Adams was later taken into Greenwood County Detention facility and a DUI charge was filed against him. Though troopers said Adams had a 0.09 percent blood alcohol level, the mayor insisted that he was not impaired and he is waiting for his blood test results.
Fortunately, no one was reportedly hurt in this recent DUI arrest. However, if you believe that you were injured in an accident caused by a drunk driver in Columbia, a lawyer from the Goings Law Firm, LLC may represent you. Find out how we may possibly help you get your much needed treatment funds from negligent parties today by calling (803) 350-9230.