Deputies from the Logan County Sheriff’s Office and Washington Township Police responded to Woody’s Diner in Russells Point Tuesday evening.
A caller advised dispatch that a man, later identified as Isaac Hurley of Lewistown was drunk and left the restaurant heading westbound after he relieved himself in the parking lot.
Dispatch received a second call saying that Hurley was driving a silver Kia in the drive-thru across from Family Dollar.
Deputies initiated a traffic stop after Hurley exited the drive-thru.
Hurley showed several signs of impairment and admitted to drinking alcohol.
When he was asked to exit the car, he nearly fell and used the door to steady himself.
Authorities asked Hurley to consent to field sobriety tests and were ignored.
Hurley was then placed under arrest.
Deputies attempted to place handcuffs on Hurley. He pulled away and said, “No.” Hurley’s arm was then twisted behind him and he was secured in handcuffs.
The two passengers in the vehicle stated that Hurley had several alcoholic drinks at the restaurant.
The owner of the vehicle was notified to come pick it up and the passengers were released from the scene.
Hurley was transported to the Logan County Jail. While en route, Hurley hit his head on the backseat divider several times. Once at the jail he refused to follow jail staff orders and was placed in a restraint chair.
Hurley was issued a citation for OVI and Driving Under Suspension.
He was lodged for OVI, Resisting Arrest, Public Intoxication, and Public Indecency.
Hurley’s Parole Officer was contacted and they placed a Probation Violation on him as well.
Hurley had a prior OVI citation in 2019.