Man arrested for invasion of privacySeptember 16, 2019
From Local Sources
JASPER — A Saturday evening call reporting an intoxicated male walking in the 34th Street area led to an arrest.
Jasper Police Department officers responding to the 6:38 p.m. call made contact with Daniel J. Drew, 50, 1307 Main St., Jasper, who they alleged displayed symptoms of intoxication.
Drew, who initially refused to identify himself and claimed he had no identification with him, was ultimately taken to Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center for medical clearance after his blood alcohol content tested .396% on a portable breath test.
A Dubois County Sheriff’s Office deputy who had been looking for Drew in reference to a protective order violation then came to the hospital. It was alleged Drew had violated an active protective order by calling and messaging a protected person.
Authorities booked Drew into the Dubois County Security Center at 8:53 p.m. on preliminary misdemeanor counts of public of intoxication and invasion of privacy.
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