Peyton Womack causes 3 vehicle accident, tells officers “I got too drunk”

Peyton Womack causes 3 vehicle accident, tells officers “I got too drunk”

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39-year-old Peyton Womack was jailed on November 15th after causing a three-person crash on Jefferson Street Bridge. One of the involved parties advised dispatch that the driver of the Lexus was drunk. When officers arrived on the scene, Womack was sitting cross-legged on the curb of the sidewalk. When officers asked Womack what happened, he stated, ” I got too drunk.” Officers asked which vehicle he was driving, and he pointed to the Lexus. He told officers he was coming from South Nashville and headed to Franklin; however, the crash happened in North Nashville. Officers helped Womack to his feet, and he immediately began to sway heavily. Officers had to guide him to the patrol vehicle so he didn’t fall over. After running his license, officers discovered that there was an alcohol interlock device system restriction, but there was no interlock device within the vehicle. Womack had a prior DUI conviction from Williamson County in 2019. He refused to perform sobriety tests, provide a blood sample, or answer further questions.

Peyton Womack (MNPD)
Peyton Womack (MNPD)

Peyton Womack of McGavock Pike in Nashville, TN, was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail on November 15th, charged with DUI second offense and ignition interlock device violation. A judicial commissioner set his bond at $7,500, and the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office gave him pre-trial release from their facility.

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