Skip the drinks before DWI class!

March 19, 2008 6:34:45 AM PDT
Jason Roscoe Jackes didn't impress the teacher at the class he was required to take because of a drunken-driving charge. Lufkin police Lieutenant David Young says probation officials at his class at Angelina County Courthouse became suspicious when they smelled alcohol on Jackes' breath Monday. So a breath test was administered. Young says Jackes registered a .14 percent blood-alcohol level. The legal limit is .08 percent.

Police arrested the 54-year-old man and charged him with public intoxication.