Police: Man suspected of driving under the influence told Puyallup officers he ‘had nothing to lose’
A man deemed too impaired by a Puyallup officer to safely walk the line for a sobriety test early Tuesday morning told police he “didn’t have anything to lose,” spokesman Scott Engle said.
Engle gave this account of the traffic stop and arrest that followed:
The adult suspect was pulled over about 1:30 a.m. near East Pioneer Avenue and state Route 512 for failing to signal, an improper stop and other traffic violations.
An officer tried to conduct field sobriety tests, but decided it wasn’t safe for the man to walk on his own, and instead took the suspect to …