Michigan pastor behind bars after trying to ‘smash’ police vehicle while intoxicated

2 months ago

Arenac County news, Michigan news.

Arenac County Sheriff’s Deputies were attempting to arrest a pastor with eight DUI charges when the preacher tried to intentionally strike their patrol car last week.

Baptist Pastor David Jones was reportedly driving under the influence on Interstate 75 when the deputies tried to pull him over.

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  • But the Priest refused to comply with their commands and stopped in a parking lot before he turned his car into the deputies’ patrol direction and hit the gas.

    The vehicle was reportedly “smashed” but officers were not injured. Jones was eventually arrested after they broke his windows.

    “If you turn your vehicle around and intentionally collide with a police vehicle, you are going to be charged with attempted murder on police,” Arenac County Undersheriff Don McIntyre said.