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On Monday, October 26, 2020 Atoka Police Officers Joe Doshier and Cody Poe were flagged down by a motorist to advise them of a reckless driver in a red 2019 Dodge Ram pickup.
The officers made contact with the driver, identified as Peyton Bryant Reagan, 20, of Sherman, Texas, and the passenger Garrett Brent Grigg, 19, of Howe, Texas.
Reagan had a strong odor of alcohol coming from his person, but denied having anything to drink. He was asked to exit the vehicle while Grigg remained inside the truck.
Having a very slurred speech, Reagan agreed to take a Standardized Field Sobriety Test. He was unsteady on his feet, and during the one leg test Reagan nearly fell down.
Officer Poe questioned Grigg who stated he had two beers about two hours prior. He agreed to take a Preliminary Breath Test (PBT).
Grigg’s PBT results were 0.151 breath alcohol content. Legally intoxicated in Oklahoma is 0.08.
Officer Doshier placed Reagan under arrest, and inventorized the vehicle for towing.
Located inside the truck were several opened cans of 3.2% beer and a bottle of Amaretto.
Reagan refused to take the State’s sobriety test. He was transported to the Atoka County Jail and booked for driving a motor vehicle while under the influence, transporting an opened container of beer, transporting an opened container of liquor, driving left of center, and possession of consumption of beer by minor.
Grigg was placed under arrest and transported to the Atoka County Jail for public intoxication and transporting an opened container.
Reagan is charged with driving while under the influence by a person under 21 (misdemeanor).