South Lyon Man Arrested For Driving Drunk With Pistol And Marijuana In Vehicle December 9, 2016

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Authorities have arrested a South Lyon man they say was driving with a blood alcohol content of more than twice the legal limit with marijuana and a pistol in his vehicle. On Thursday, an officer with the South Lyon Police Department pulled over 31-year-old James Corcoran after noticing he was speeding and swerving over the center line of the road. Authorities say the man admitted he was coming from a bar where he had had two or three alcoholic drinks and that he had had two more drinks earlier that day. The arresting officer says the man also informed him that he had a firearm under his seat. The suspect was submitted to field sobriety tests and was arrested for Operating While Intoxicated. Officers searched the suspect’s vehicle and discovered a .40 caliber semiautomatic pistol, as well as a mason jar containing what they suspected to be marijuana. It was confirmed that the suspect had both a Concealed Pistol License and a medical marijuana card. The suspect reportedly has a prior OWI from 2011, and currently on probation Per Michigan’s repeat offender law, his license plate was confiscated and destroyed, as well as his driver’s license. He was also arrested for possessing a firearm while intoxicated. A breathalyzer test found that the suspect had a BAC of .20 and he was lodged until sober. The department submitted its report to the Oakland County Prosecutor’s Office for review and potential charges. (DK)

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