Local man charged with 4th DUI and allegedly asked police to "Help him out"

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Victor Fox

DUI number four is what 33-year old Victor Michael Fox was charged with on Monday night. Police in Murfreesboro pulled Fox over because his music was too loud. Evidently, the tunes could be heard from over 50-yeards away with both windows rolled up. Officer O'Rourke also filed in a report that Fox almost struck another motorist while driving down Bradyville Pike.

Officer O'Rourke reported that Fox allegedly smelled like alcohol, had slurred speech, was unsteady on his feet and had multiple bottles of "Fireball" throughout the interior of his pickup truck. O'Rourke went on to report that Fox asked the officer to "Help him out" due to him having a commercial driver's license or a "C.D.L." Fox told police he drives a truck for a local landscaping company. Fox also stated that he "believes he is over the legal limit, but is not a bad guy."

In addition to the empty bottles of alcohol found in the vehicle, police also discovered an ounce of marijuana, which landed him in more trouble. Police say that Fox also had three prior DUI's in the past.


Fox was charged with DUI number four, violation of an open container, simple possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. He is scheduled to appear in court on October 28, 2014. The DUI suspect was placed under a $9,000 bond and as of Tuesday at noon, has yet to be released.



MPD Arrest Report #14-15265
Rutherford Co. Sheriff's Office

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