Motorcyclist charged with DUI, reckless driving in Carbon Hill
Grundy County deputies arrested a Carbon Hill man early Aug. 31 on charges of driving under the influence and recklessly driving his motorcycle through Carbon Hill.
At about 4:15 a.m., according to the Grundy County Sheriff’s Department report, deputies arrested Michael A. Cerny II, 21, of Carbon Hill after they observed him to be driving at a speed over 70 miles per hour on a 20-mile per hour road on a Yamaha FZ1, as well as breaking other traffic laws, including running four stop signs.
After he was stopped, at 613 N. First Street and W. Rathburn Street in Carbon Hill,, Cerny was unable to pass a field sobriety test and told the deputy he had consumed about 15 or more beers prior to driving. He blew a .113 blood alcohol concentration on a first breathalyzer test.
Cerny was arrested on charges of driving under the influence, driving with a suspended license and reckless driving. He was also cited for disobeying a traffic control device, disobeying a stop sign, violation of classification for a motorcycle and operating a vehicle with expired registration.
He was held on $300 bond at the Grundy County jail.