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When police asked 64-year-old Thomas Hardin why he had two different cups of wine in his cupholders, with varying amounts missing from each, he succinctly explained that one was for his red wine, and one for his white wine, both of which he was drinking behind the wheel of his vehicle Thursday night. Police were responding to a vehicle vs. pedestrian call when they located Hardin behind the wheel, obviously intoxicated. He stated “I can’t do this” during field sobriety tests, and also admitted to drinking at a venue prior to driving, too.
Thomas Hardin was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail on March 31st, charged with driving under the influence (DUI). A commissioner set his bond at $1,500 and he was given pre-trial release to his 346 Normandy Circle address in Nashville, TN.