Intoxicated Driver Stopped for Going 109 MPH with Child in Vehicle

A Trooper with ISP - Versailles Post made the stop on Wednesday morning.

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(Versailles, Ind.) – A Trooper from the Indiana State Police – Versailles stopped a vehicle for traveling over 100 MPH on Wednesday morning. 

The vehicle was observed traveling at a high rate of speed on Interstate 65 in northern Jackson County.

According to an ISP news release, the driver was arrested after he was found to have a BAC of three times the legal limit while having a young child in the car.

Anthony Reed, 36, of Huntsville, Alabama, was transported to the Seymour Police Department where he submitted to a breath test for intoxication. The test determined he had a BAC of .24 percent.

Reed is charged with Operating While Intoxicated with a Prior Conviction, Operating While Intoxicated with a Child Under the Age of 18, and Operating with a BAC of .15 or greater.

More charges are possible.  

An adult female passenger and the child were released from the scene.  

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