Intoxicated man tells officer his license “should be good” during stop

41-year-old Lynquanis Mills was charged with DUI and driving on a suspended license after he was pulled over for having his headlights off and two empty bottles of Taaka Vodka were found inside of his vehicle.

On November 5th, Clarksville Police Officer Allen Pendarvis spotted a silver SUV driving down Wilma Rudolph Boulevard with its headlights off. Officer Pendarvis pulled the vehicle over and made contact with the driver, Lynquanis Mills. He was only able to hand the officer his ID card and reported he was just given his license back so “it should be good.”

Lynquanis Mills (MCSO)
Lynquanis Mills (MCSO)

Mills had slurred speech and his license was found to have been revoked for a previous DUI. He agreed to do field sobriety exercises and performed poorly. Officer Pendarvis searched the vehicle and located two empty Taaka Vodka bottles on the passenger floorboard. Mills was then asked to take a breathalyzer and his result read .203.

Lynquanis Mills was arrested and charged with driving under the influence and driving on a suspended license. He is currently jailed in lieu of a $22,500 bond.

Arianna Rupe

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