Troopers: Truck driver had BAC of .249 on Ohio Turnpike

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MILAN, Ohio- A semi-truck driver had a blood-alcohol content of .249 when he was pulled over on the Ohio Turnpike, troopers said.

Drivers reported a truck driving erratically on the turnpike in Townsend Township on Dec. 27 shortly before 9 p.m. When troopers pulled over the semi, it hit part of a guardrail.

The Ohio State Highway Patrol said Adam Wrobel, 39, of Illinois, was substantially impaired. He was arrested and taken to the Milan Post of the highway patrol for a breathalyzer test, which indicted his blood-alcohol level was .249. In Ohio, the legal limit for a commercial driver is .04.

Wrobel was taken to the Sandusky County Jail for operating a vehicle under the influence.

Drivers can report suspected drunk drivers by calling #677.