New Orleans Hornets point guard Jarrett Jack was issued a DUI after being stopped at around 4 a.m. Sunday Morning in Gwinnett County, Ga..
Jack, apparently, was clocked going 66 MPH in a 45 MPH zone, and the officer observed his car swerve beyond the center line and the fog line, according to the Atlanta Journal Constitution.
"He stopped the vehicle and smelled an odor of alcoholic beverage coming from the driver, Jarrett Matthew Jack. He conducted field sobriety tests, which Mr. Jack failed," stated Snellville police chief Roy Whitehead.
The interesting part of the DUI charge, however, was that the police's Intoxilyzer was not working, and Jack's blood-alcohol level was not tested until he arrived at jail 90 minutes later, at which point he blew a 0.079, just a hair below the legal limit.
Still, because BACs decline at the rate of approximately 0.02 per hour, it could be inferred that Jack had been driving above the legal limit. Additionally, a DUI charge can be given if a driver has a BAC above 0.04 and is seen driving as Jack had been.
The former Georgia Tech star is averaging 7.6 points and 2.8 assists as Chris Paul's backup this season.
See his mugshot below.