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Jonesville Man Charged With DUI and Child Endangerment

Daniel Prince

Man also charged in drug cases from 2021

A Jonesville man was charged with driving under the influence and child endangerment as a result of a traffic stop Wednesday morning. Deputies received a BOLO for a possible drunk driver swerving in the roadway on Highway 18. Deputies received updates on the vehicle’s location and finally learned that it had pulled into Monarch Elementary School. SRO Fowler went out and made contact with the driver and asked for assistance from deputies. Sgt. Kristen Spencer got out with Fowler, who indicated the subject was possibly under the influence. Deputy Charles Nicholson was notified to come and assist with the field sobriety test. Dispatch informed Spencer that the driver, identified as 22-year-old Tory Foster of Rainbow Lane in Jonesville, had outstanding warrants for the county. Deputies informed Foster he was under arrest for the warrants and that someone would need to come get his three-year-old child, who was in the vehicle. Deputy Nicholson arrived and performed the field sobriety test on Foster. Foster gave consent to search his vehicle, and afterwards, the vehicle was turned over to a family member.

Foster was taken to Union County Jail. He blew a 0.0 on the breathalyzer. He then was asked for a urine sample, which he refused to provide. Because of that, Deputy Nicholson served him with a notice of suspension and formally charged Foster with driving under the influence, first offense, and child endangerment. He also served Foster with the outstanding warrants. He was charged with two counts of possession with intent to distribute a Schedule 2 narcotic for selling 4 fake roxy pills to an undercover operative on July 26 and August 11, 2021, and a single count of possession with intent to distribute a Schedule 4 narcotic for selling 10 Xanax pills to an undercover operative on August 23, 2021.

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