A man whose bar tab totaled more than $130 was arrested for DUI early Friday.
Hunt arrived and the two officers talked to the driver, Bradley Garrison, 40, who had a strong odor of alcohol on his breath, according to the report.
Garrison told them he was coming from the Charlie Horse Restaurant and Lounge and had only had two drinks, according to reports.
Garrison agreed to a field sobriety exercise, which he failed. He was arrested.
While searching him, Hunt found a receipt in Garrison’s front pants pocket from the restaurant that showed purchases of 20 Jack Daniels, two Jagermeister and one Makers Mark, totaling $139.09.
It was not clear if Garrison had consumed all of the drinks.
Garrison was taken to the Marion County Jail, where he was unable to complete a breath alcohol test due to vomiting.