Travis McAllister

Boca Raton Police Charge Man Who Blows 0’s With DUI

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Two Breath Tests Returned Readings Of 0.0, But Travis McAllister Still Charged With DUI.

Travis McAllister
Travis McAllister, Courtesy Palm Beach County Jail.

BY: ANDREW COLTON | Editor and Publisher

BOCA RATON, FL ( (Copyright © 2021 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — A Boca Raton Police Officer charged Boynton Beach resident Travis McAllister with DUI, even though two breath alcohol tests conducted by the Palm Beach County Sheriff Office’s DUI unit returned results of 0.0.

McCallister, according to eyewitnesses, crashed into a blue Hyundai near 500 North Federal Highway around 6 p.m. on Tuesday. McAllister then drove his pickup truck around the vehicle he allegedly hit, eventually coming to rest on the sidewalk.

When Boca Raton police arrived to investigate the crash, McAllister apparently told them he fell asleep at the wheel. He then proceeded to have issues with a field sobriety test. Among the problems: police say he had balance issues during a one leg stand, he had signs of nystagmus during a “follow the stimulus with your eyes” test, and then he apparently misplaced “w” and “x” while reciting the alphabet.

Wrote the Boca Raton police officer, “based on the totality of the circumstances, I found probable cause to believe that McAllister was operating a motor vehicle within the state while under the influence of alcohol and/or controlled or chemical substances.”

But the Palm Beach County Sheriff Office’s DUI Testing Facility revealed that McAllister’s blood alcohol content — based on his breath test — was 0. They tested him twice. He blew a “0” each time. McAllister then agreed to provide a urine sample. The result of that test is pending. PBSO provide breath test services for most local police departments in the area.

McAllister is now charged with DUI and leaving the scene of an accident. Arraignment is set for July 15th.

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