Murfreesboro man charged with 6th DUI

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Not that three DUI's isn't enough to realize you may need to get professional help, but imagine double that...

Murfreesboro resident Robert Crosby was charged with DUI number 6 at 2:30 in the afternoon on Wednesday. Police say the 48-year old man with Alabama tags was circling a high crime area when he was stopped for not having a seatbelt on and running a stop sign on Hancock Street.

As police walked up to his car, he quickly strapped on his seatbelt. Of course, putting it on once you are stopped is a little too late. Officers say he had blood shot eyes and smelled of an intoxicant. When he stepped out of the car he was unsteady on his feet, according to an arrest report released on Thursday.


After failing a field sobriety test and repeating some letters twice while reciting the alphabet, he was arrested and charged with DUI number 6. The report that WGNS obtained closed with, "Later, Mr. Crosby stated he was circling the neighborhood looking for a prostitute."



MPD Arrest Report #15-1390
Rutherford Co. Sheriff's Office

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