On the side of the roadway, Martin refused to submit to field sobriety tests and a “chemical” test of his blood, breath or urine, Ralston said. As a result, he will automatically lose his driver’s license for one year. He was released at the scene with one of the adult passengers behind the wheel.
As two children were passengers in the vehicle, Martin also earned a child endangerment charge.
State Rep. Jerrod Martin was passed out drunk on then-GOP Minority Leader's William G. Batchelder's Chevy Suburban when Martin was discovered by Riffe Center security last year.
Update: There's more: On May 16, 2010, the night manager at the Residence Inn in Beavercreek called police about guests yelling and fighting on the fifth floor at 4:30 a.m. Officers found Martin and six other men “highly intoxicated” at a bachelor party. The men said they weren’t fighting; just having a “friendly wrestling match in their hotel room,” a Beavercreek police report said.