Earlier this week, Jacksboro Police Officer Joe Marlow was using radar when he noticed a Black Sabb speeding in a school zone.
Marlow allegedly clocked the car at 49 miles per hour in a 25 mile per hour zone, records indicated.
Upon stopping the vehicle, Marlow found the driver, Joseph Scott Smith, 47, 295 Myers Street, Jacksboro, didn’t have tags or insurance on the vehicle, according to the report.
Smith allegedly appeared very nervous, had dilated pupils, and slurred speech, according to JPD records.
After unsuccessfully performing field sobriety tests, Smith was arrested, records indicated.
Marlow read the Tennessee implied consent advisement to Smith but Smith allegedly refused to give blood saying he was going back to prison anyway, records indicated.
Smith was arrested and charged with violation of parole, driving under the influence, violation registration law, violation of Tennessee financial law, speeding, failure to give signal, violation implied consent law.