Man crashes near Red Lobster after drinking early in the morning

30-year-old Charles Schaerer was charged with his second DUI, failure to exercise due care, driving on a suspended license, and no proof of insurance when he crashed a vehicle and admitted to drinking earlier that morning.

On October 15th, Clarksville Police Officer Casey Headley responded to a DUI involving a crash at Red Lobster at 2838 Wilma Rudolph Boulevard. The driver, Charles Schaerer, advised that he hit his brakes but was unable to stop in time to avoid the collision. It was later discovered that Charles’ license was revoked for DUI with an active date of October 13th.

Charles Schaerer (MCSO)
Charles Schaerer (MCSO)

Officer Headley reported that he could smell the odor of an alcoholic beverage emitting from Charles when he spoke to him. When the officer asked, Charles said that he had been drinking earlier in the morning around 3 am. Charles performed poorly on the field sobriety tasks conducted showing all six signs of HGN and two signs during the one-leg stand. The vehicle was not registered to him and the proof of insurance he provided was unreadable. This was Charles’ second DUI offense.

Charles Schaerer was arrested and charged with DUI, failure to exercise due care, driving on a suspended license, no proof of insurance, and misuse of registration. He was released on a $10,000 bond.

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