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Sunday, September 20, 2020, Atoka Police Sergeant Jimmy Taylor, was on routine patrol headed east on Liberty Road approaching Highway 69 when he observed a white Ford four door car cross the white line as it was merging onto Highway 69.
Sergeant Taylor made contact with the driver of the vehicle, identified as Imogen G. Fabris, 19, of Durant.
While speaking with the suspect, the officer noticed she had slurred speech and a strong odor of alcoholic beverage coming from inside the vehicle. Fabris stated she did not have her driver license with her, but provided her name and date of birth.
The National Crime Information Center (NCIC) Database advised Sergeant Taylor that Fabris’ driver’s license was suspended.
Fabris was asked to exit the vehicle. When she exited the vehicle, Fabris stumbled and had to regain her balance. Sergeant Taylor noticed an odor of alcohol on and about her person.
She told the officer she had not had any alcoholic beaverages. Fabris agreed to a Preliminary Breath Test (PBT). After agreeing to take the test, she told Sergeant Taylor that she had a couple of drinks when she arrived at a party, but had quit drinking.
The PBT test results were 0.06 breath alcohol content.
Fabris was placed under arrest transported to the Atoka County Jail. She agreed to take the State’s test. After a deprivation period was observed, her results were 0.04 breath alcohol content.
Fabris is charged with driving while impaired (misdemeanor) and driving with license suspended (misdemeanor).