Police Chief Arrested For Drunk Driving, Part II

In today’s exclusive, we present additional footage from the September 12, 2021, drunk driving arrest of Olla, Louisiana Chief of Police Jody O’Bier.

According to the report of Caldwell Parish Sheriff’s Office Deputy Dustin Hatten, at approximately 2:17 a.m. on September 12, 2021, Hatten was patrolling US-165 near LA-847 when he observed a sedan on the shoulder of the road, and a male subject, later identified as O’Bier, standing outside the vehicle. Hatten approached the vehicle to investigate and possibly render assistance. When Hatten approached, it became apparent the subject was Olla Chief of Police Jody O’Bier… standing at the rear of the vehicle urinating.

Hatten asked if O’Bier was, in fact, urinating, and O’Bier responded “Yep.”

From the report of Deputy Hatten: “As Jody gathered himself and turned to face me, he stumbled and fell against the vehicle. I detected a moderate odor of an alcoholic beverage emitting from his person, his speech was slurred as he spoke and he could not complete a sentence without stumbling his words. Jody advised he had one Ginger Ale with alcohol at an establishment in West Monroe prior to driving.

I then spoke with the female passenger, Kirstie Bryan who stated she had also been drinking but had consumed less than Jody. Without me asking further questions she advised she could drive the vehicle if needed, but it would be difficult due to her not knowing how to drive a standard transmission. After speaking with Kirstie, I offered the opportunity for Jody to perform Standardized Field Sobriety Tests, to which he denied stating he was trained not to do so.
It should also be noted the interior of the vehicle had a moderate odor of an alcoholic beverage. Jody was placed under arrest and transported to CCC by Deputy T. Ferguson where he was offered the opportunity to submit a breath sample using the Intoxilizer 9000 to which he refused. He was arrested and booked for suspicion of driving while intoxicated. The vehicle was released to a friend, Justin Carr, who Kirstie left the scene with. Nothing further. Case closed with arrest made.”

Investigation by Real World Police reveals that Kirstie Bryan and Jody O’Bier appear to have shared the same residence at the time of O’Bier’s arrest.

More to come.

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25 thoughts on “Police Chief Arrested For Drunk Driving, Part II

  1. Shakes the hand of a drunk driver. It was also enlightening to see how automated the processing system worked, looks like anyone with a 4th grade education could do this job… which is terrifying.

  2. He was arrested and refused the chemical test. Does Louisiana have an implied consent law? Did he lose his license? Was he convicted? Was he fired? I cannot find any information after the arrest. Did it just "disappear"?

  3. Yet this guy was elected to the chief position AFTER this happened by the people he represents. Now they too have an excuse to drive after drinking…………………

  4. I like this chief. Even though he was running the "We were taught to refuse" line ad nauseam, at least he wasn't whining and crying, like a spoiled child, asking for special treatment. And, if the police academy is really teaching their cadets to refuse sobriety tests, I'll go out on a limb and assume that the "higher-ups" feel that police officers have a drunk driving problem. Kudos, for not losing your cool, chief.

  5. What's the penalty for butchering the English language with words like akahaul and subsuficiquent? I don't think this is his first offense… Good thing he was corporative.

  6. As a graduate of the Idaho Police Academy, and a veteran of 16 years LE, I've never been taught to refuse SFSTs and a breath sample. I doubt they teach that in Louisiana's academy.

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