NWGA Scanner | September 13th, 2021

Cedartown couple arrested after DUI crash on Chubb Road in Floyd County

According to a Floyd County Police Department incident report, on September 4th, 2021, at 10:30 PM, Officer Overstreet was dispatched to 1421 Chubb Road in reference to a heated domestic call. While en route to the call, dispatch advised that a vehicle was crash in the yard of the caller and that they didn’t know who it was. The white Nissan Altima was on its side, and the occupants were not injured. The officer arrived and found the vehicle leaned on its right side over a culvert. The officer made contact with Hunter Logan Farmer, 19, of Cedartown, who is unlicensed for DUI. According to the report, Hunter stated that his girlfriend was driving, and they were headed to his grandmother’s house on Booger Hollow Road. He stated that they got lost and pulled in the drive to turn around, and when she pulled began to head back toward Chubb Road, she ran off the driveway over the culvert into the ditch. Hunter stated that he had been drinking tonight but was not driving this evening. Hunter stated that he only attempted to get the vehicle unstuck. According to the report, Hunter ran through 911 and showed a valid warrant through Rome City. The female, later identified as Brandi Nicole Wiggins, 36, of Cedartown, stated that they were headed to the house when they got turned around. According to the report, She stated that the people in the house got mad for no reason and called the police. She stated that she had her prescription (Benzos) medication. Officer Overstreet reported, “[I] noticed as [I] spoke to Wiggins, had slurred speech, couldn’t balance well, and had constricted pupils. [I] observed her walking in a staggered pattern.” During the field sobriety test,Wiggins showed several signs of impairment and stopped stating that she was going to jail. Wiggins was placed under arrest for DUI and agreed to state test for blood. Both Wiggins and Farmer were transported to the hospital to be cleared and then booked into the Floyd County Jail.

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