The deputy requested assistance and was able to eventually catch up to the vehicle, according to the affidavit. Deputies found Dague was driving the vehicle and he appeared to be under the influence with a child in the vehicle.
“While speaking with Mr. Dague, I observed that his pupils were extremely constricted, had red bloodshot eyes, a high raspy voice, involuntary muscle spasms, and appeared to be grinding his teeth,” the affidavit says.
“I asked Mr. Dague when the last time he had used meth and he stated he shot up the day prior,” the affidavit says. “I advised Mr. Dague that from my observations I believed it be a lot more recent than that and he stated he did not want to talk about it.”
The deputies said they found the boy inside the car and that the child was not in a booster seat.
Dague was given a field sobriety test and deputies said he failed. He was arrested at the scene.