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Accused Drunk Driver Strikes Railroad Crossing Arm

Photo of Logan Davis courtesy of Brazos County’s Judicial Records Search at:

A College Station man is accused of drunk driving, crashing his full-sized pickup into a railroad crossing arm, then leaving the scene.

23 year old Logan Davis is out of jail after posting bond from the wreck early Wednesday morning on Rock Prairie near Wellborn Road.

Officers say Davis provided two breath samples, the lower being a .225, which is nearly three times the legal limit.

The front bumper was left behind at the crash site, while Davis and the truck were located about one mile to the west at Rock Prairie and Ridgecrest.

Union Pacific Railroad says the cost to replace the crossing arm is $20,000 dollars.

Davis is also accused of causingĀ $500 damage to a fence along Old Wellborn Road.

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Posted by on Dec 5 2012. Filed under Featured Stories, News.
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