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POLICE: Delray Beach Man, Two Times Legal Limit, Drives Wrong Way

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Trenton Redman Allegedly Drove Wrong Way, On Grass, All In Front Of Police

Trenton Redman, Courtesy Palm Beach County Jail.

BY: STAFF REPORT | BocaNewsNow.com

DELRAY BEACH, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2021 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — Delray Beach resident Trenton Redman is facing DUI and several other charges following what police describe as a wild ride.

The following is the narrative from the arresting Delray Beach Police officer:

“The following occurred in the City of Delray Beach, County of Palm Beach, FL. On 06/24/21 at 0225hrs, I was stationary in my marked DBPD patrol vehicle in the parking lot of 37 W. Atlantic Ave. I heard a vehicle alam activate and observed its headlights flashing.”

“The vehicle with the alarm activated was a gray Toyota Sequoia. The Toyota was in the adjacent parking lot just east of my patrol vehicle at 10 N. Swinton Ave. I placed my spotlight on the vehicle and observed a white male with the driver door open. The white male appeared to be having difficulty turning the alarm off with the vehicle key fob.”

“The alam eventually deactivated and the white male entered the Toyota starting the engine. The Toyota exited the parking westbound and made a right turn (north) onto NW 1st Ave. I observed the Toyota cross the double yellow line and travel north in the southbound travel lane in the 1st and 100 blocks of NW 1st Ave.”

“The Toyota made a left tum (west) onto NW 2nd St. and traveled onto the grass swale on the southwest comer of the intersection. The Toyota continued west and turned left (south) onto NW 3rd Ave. without activating it’s left tum signal. The Toyota continued south and approached W. Atlantic Ave.”

“The Toyota abruptly entered a parking space and I then activated my emergency lights on my patrol vehicle to conduct a traffic stop. I met with the white male driver and identified him by his FL DL as Trenton John Redman. Redman was sitting in the driver seat and was the only person inside the Toyota. The Toyota’s engine was running and the vehicle key was in the ignition.”

After allegedly inaccurately completing several field sobriety tests, Redman was transported to PBSO’s breath alcohol testing facility where he provided samples registering .163 and .161. The legal limit in Florida is .08.

In addition to the DUI charge, Redman was also cited for “driving on the wrong side of the road,” “improper left turn,” and “turn without proper signal.”

Redman, 46, lists the 8000 block of Sawpine Road in Delray Beach as his residential address. A court date is pending.

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