Burge failed field sobriety tests and registered a 0.19 on a breath test, according to a police report.
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The officer wrote in his report that Burge “was very polite and admitted multiple times that he was intoxicated, and also admitted to smoking marijuana.”
“Alexander still does not believe that he did anything wrong and believes that he was being responsible,” according to the police report. “He said multiple times that even though he was intoxicated he took roads with slower speed limits so he could be more cautious when driving.”
Burge has had two previous OVI convictions since 2016, according to police.
He was charged with OVI and violating the open container law.