Zachary Bird, DUI Suspect Who Busted His Own Head in Cop Car, Was Going to Help His Friend Fred
I asked the driver what was going on tonight? The driver stated he was going to help his friend Fred. I asked what was wrong with Fred? The driver stated that Fred was "fucking with the wrong people". The driver stated he wanted to be a nice guy but everything was going the wrong way... The driver went on to state that he only has 30 miles to go help Fred out.
The driver asked me if he passed the "tests" is he going to be released. I explained to the driver that the purpose of the exercises was to determine if he was impaired. The driver nodded and subsequently stated that "either was he was ok with being a normal, perfect man / American either way" ... I instructed the driver to walk a few steps off of the roadway. The driver turned his back to me and walked around in a big circle.
The Hospital staff attempted to render aid to the driver at which point he stated he wanted to refuse all treatment, After the Hospital completed what initial scans they needed to do, I made contact with the driver at approximately 4:28am.
The driver still had on a spit mask and I reintroduced myself to the driver. The driver called me Doctor Castleberry and after I corrected him, became very irritated. The driver slurred the words occifer and stated he refused everything.
As the driver was being prepared to be transported the driver still made aggressive marks towards myself, Sgt. Porter and other Law Enforcement Officers. The driver stated he could "take" all three or any of the three of us at one time. The driver additionally made comments about owning weapons at his house.
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