|Updated: 8/13/2012 2:32 pm
||Published: 8/13/2012 2:30 pm
Owasso police arrested a man accused of driving under the influence and threatening an officer, among other charges.
According to the police report officers responded to a call about a possible drunk driver at 9600 N. US 169 around 5 in the morning on August 12th. Officers spotted the suspected driver near 7300 N. US 169 and pulled the car over.
Officers say the driver, Bradley Thurman, had thick, slurred speech and repeated many of the questions that were asked of him officer says Thurman was slow to move and when asked to get out of the car had to be told several times to put the car in park.
The officer gave several field sobriety tests, which reports show Thurman did not pass, and the officer arrested Thurman on suspicion of driving under the influence.
Reports show Thurman initially agreed to take a breathalyzer test and the officer states he noticed a green residue in Thurman’s mouth consistent with marijuana use. The officer attempted to give Thurman as breathalyzer test while Thurman asked the officer to cut him a break, when the officer refused to show Thurman special treatment, Thurman refused to take the breathalyzer.
The arrest report also shows Thurman told the officer he is prescribed Ambien and Colonipan that slows down his behavior. He also told the officer that the officer was not an officer and was not doing his job well. Thurman also told the officer he was going to ‘light me up’ and when Thurman became a cop he was going to take the officer to jail for being a dirty cop. Thurman also told the officer he was in the 5 tres gang and would tell the gang to come after him while he was in jail.
Thurman faces one count of driving under the influence, unsafe lane use, two counts of child endangerment, two counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor, harboring an endangered runaway child, planning or threatening a violent act, and bribing or attempting to bribe an officer.