NWGA Scanner | August 12th, 2021

Unlicensed man arrested after lying about name during traffic stop for speeding in Gordon County

According to a Gordon County Sheriff’s Office incident report, on Sunday, August 8th, 2021, at approximately 9:38 AM, Deputy Holley was patrolling the area of Nicklesville Rd. According to the report, “While Deputy Holley was traveling West on Nicklesville Road approaching Hook Road, he observed a vehicle traveling towards him going East at a high rate of speed. Deputy Holley activated the front antenna of his radar unit, which showed a reading of 88 miles per hour in the 55 miles per hour zone.” The deputy was able to get the vehicle stopped at the intersection of Nicklesville Road and Hook Road. The deputy approached the passenger side of the vehicle and made contact with the driver, later identified as Christain David Rodriguez-Borja, 34, of Calhoun. The deputy asked for his license and proof of insurance. Christain stated he did not have a license, so the deputy had him come back to his patrol vehicle. When asked for his name, Christain advised the deputy that his name was David Borja and his date of birth was 8-30-1988. The information was run through dispatch, who advised there was no information found. According to the report, “Deputy Holley asked the driver if he had any type of identification on his person, and he stated he did not. Deputy Holley smelled the odor of alcohol coming from the driver and performed field sobriety testing but did not have enough to charge the driver for driving under the influence of alcohol.” Christain was placed under arrest for driving without a license and speeding.