TROY, MI – Troy Police Officers responded to the McDonald’s restaurant located at 70 W. Maple Road, on December 2nd, 2017, at 6:00pm, when it was reported that a man attempted to grab a female employee through the drive-thru window.
After he tried to grab the employee through the drive-thru window, the man was then seen by customers and employees continuously driving his 2006 Jeep around the building in the parking lot in almost a taunting manner before finally leaving.
The responding officers were able to determine that the vehicle may be at a residence located on Biltmore Drive in the City of Troy.
Officers arrived at the residence to find the 33-year-old man standing in the driveway. Officers spoke with the subject who admitted receiving food from the business but denied having a confrontation with an employee.
The driver was not asked to perform several physical sobriety evaluations due to his apparent intoxication. The subject was unsteady on his feet and he was slurring his words. He agreed to submit to a Preliminary Breath Test but when it came time to take the test, he refused.
He was arrested and transported to the Troy Police Lock-up Facility where he was read his Chemical Test Rights but refused to submit to a Breath Test. A search warrant for a Blood Test was drafted and signed by a local Magistrate. The search warrant was executed and the driver’s blood was drawn by medical personnel.
He was charged with Operating a Motor Vehicle While Under the Influence of Alcohol – 3rd Offense (he has two prior convictions of Operating a Motor Vehicle While Under the Influence of Alcohol) pending laboratory results.