Apr. 8—A Hamilton man was charged with felony DUI following a late night one-vehicle crash northwest of
He found Fawcett "dazed and confused and (he) was incoherent and difficult to understand," the charging affidavit said. The trooper could smell alcoholic beverage, but Fawcett denied drinking anything.
Fawcett was unable to successfully complete the field sobriety test.
Fawcett refused to provide a breath or blood sample. He was transported to
The trooper learned Fawcett's driver's license was revoked and that he was a habitual traffic offender, the affidavit said. Fawcett also did not have insurance on the vehicle.
Fawcett has Montana DUI convictions for
In addition to the felony charge, Fawcett faces misdemeanor counts of habitual traffic offender operating a motor vehicle, driving while license suspended or revoked, reckless driving, failure to give immediate notice of accident and expired registration.
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