When a driver is suspected of a traffic crime, officers will question the driver. In some cases, if authorities believe the driver is under the influence, they might require the driver to perform or submit to various tests. For example, the officer could ask the driver to take a blood-alcohol test, which typically comes in the form of a breath test or a blood test. Depending on the results of these tests, the driver could be arrested and charged with a DUI.
The Washington State Patrol recently pulled over a suspected drunk driver in Bellevue. At the time of the stop, authorities were traveling in a 36-foot motorhome that was equipped with emergency lights. According to reports, the lieutenant driving the motorhome witnessed the person driving erratically around 3 a.m.