A former Navasota man is in jail again after being charged with his 5th DWI.
The arrest report from Bryan Police says they stopped 50 year old Kelvin Dequir White of Bryan, formerly Navasota, for running a stop sign. The officer smelled alcohol, and the man said he only had two beers at the local Twin Peaks restaurant.
Once outside the vehicle, White made statements such as “just arrest me,” because he “knew he was going to jail.” During a field sobriety test where he was told to say the ABCs without singing, White reportedly paused at the letter “I” then told the officer “man, I can’t even say my ABC’s sober.”
White was taken to the Brazos County jail for Driving While Intoxicated 3rd or More, having been previously convicted in 2015 on the same charge.
White was released after posting bonds totaling $8,000.