Firefighter Jordan Bouley.
(Houston County) Fire Chief Jimmy Williams said 23-year-old Jordan Bouley was on his way to a public safety educational talk to children with a church group when he was seen driving recklessly at around 10 a.m.
Georgia State Patrol Cpl. Elbert Slappey said troopers from the Perry post were requested to administer a breath test at the Houston County jail.
Slappey says Bouley failed the test and was arrested by GSP.
According to Chief Jimmy Williams with the Houston County Fire Department, a resident called to notify the department that a fire truck struck a mailbox.
Bouley is on “administrative leave without pay, pending termination, with is a standard procedure” stated Williams.
According to jail records, Bouley is charged with violation of probation, failure to maintain lane, DUI and hit and run.
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