Impaired driver arrested after causing three vehicle crash

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Vigo County, Ind. —Just before 5:00 p.m. Monday afternoon, the Indiana State Police responded to a three vehicle crash at the intersection of US 40 and Wabash Avenue. While there were no injuries, one driver was arrested for driving while intoxicated and an outstanding warrant.


A preliminary investigation revealed a westbound 2000 Chevrolet, driven by 31-year-old Adrian Morris of Indianapolis, IN., who failed to stop for a red light and struck two other vehicles. During the crash investigation, troopers noticed Adrian Morris appeared to display signs of alcohol intoxication and discovered he was providing  false identification along with no valid driver’s license. Morris was transported to the Vigo County Jail where he tested .19% BAC. Morris was also found to have an outstanding Vigo County warrant for Operating While Intoxicated.

Adrian Morris was charged with Operating While Intoxicated .15 or greater with a prior (felony); Operating While Intoxicated Endangering Persons with Prior (felony); Habitual Traffic Violator (felony); False Informing (misdemeanor); No Proof of Insurance with Prior (misdemeanor); and traffic infractions of open container and disregarding light signal.