State Rep. Curry Todd, 65, was indicted last week on charges of driving while intoxicated and possessing a loaded firearm while under the influence stemming from his arrest in October, the Tennessean reports.
The Davidson County grand jury made their decision after the arrest report noted that Todd was seen speeding and driving erratically before he failed field sobriety tests. Todd refused a breathalyzer test at the scene. The Collierville Republican rejected a plea deal from the DA last November.
No arraignment date has been set at this time. If convicted, Todd could possibly lose his driver’s license. He resigned from his positions in the House State and Local Government Committee following his arrest.