BY: STAFF REPORT | BocaNewsNow.com
BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2021 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — A Boca Raton man allegedly drove in circles at 100 MPH — in an Infiniti — before being stopped by police in Palm Beach Gardens. The license plate on his car was fraudulent.
Zachary Goldsborough of the 22100 Block of Bella Lago Drive in Boca Raton allegedly provided breath alcohol samples of .179 and .182. The legal limit in Florida is .08.
According to a police report obtained by BocaNewsNow.com:
“Officers were dispatched to the (Gardens Lake) neighborhood (In Palm Beach Gardens) in regard to a vehicle driving reckless through the area. Callers stated the vehicle was a grey Infiniti sedan with red wheels, going “100 MPH” and circling around “over and over again” Callers further said the vehicle had been doing this for approximately 10 minutes Ofc Smith stopped the vehicle at the entrance to the neighborhood. The vehicle had a Michigan tag #8MCE49, which was assigned to a Chevrolet utility vehicle. OfC Smith said he observed the vehicle traveling at a very high rate of speed and breaking tire traction.
Ofc Smith further stated the driver, identified via Michigan driver license photo, Zachary Goldsborough (OF), admitted to placing the plate onto the Infiniti. An anonymous witness was on scene and positively identified the driver and the vehicle. The witness said the vehicle almost went head-on with her and that he made two passes through the neighborhood. The witness further stated the vehicle also left the roadway and that it was traveling much faster than vehicles normally operate in the area. It should be noted, dispatch received six phone calls regarding this same vehicle.
This Officer made contact with Goldsborough while he was still in the driver seat of the vehicle. Goldsborough had bloodshot watery eyes, flushed red face, slurred speech and the obvious odor of an unknown alcoholic beverage emanating from his breath at conversational distance.
This odor increased in intensity as Goldsborough spoke. Goldsborough said he was coming from Boca Gardens and was coming to West Palm Gardens Goldsborough admitted to consuming one beer earlier and denied consuming Cannabis and/or edibles because of a previous “OWI” in Michigan.
At PBSO BAT, this Officer requested Goldsborough to provide a breath sample for the purpose of determining its alcohol content to which he asked what would happen if he did not. This Officer read Florida Implied Consent to Goldsborough to which he acknowledged and agreed to provide a sample, At 2153 hours, he blew .179 and at 2156 hours, he blew .182.”
Zachary Goldsborough was jailed on charges of ”DUI Unlawful Blood Alcohol .08 or more per 210 L,” ”DUI Unlawful Blood Alcohol – .15 or higher, ”Moving Traffic Violation — Reckless Driving First Offense,” ”Nonmoving Traffic Violation — Fail To Register Motor Vehicle,” ”Nonmoving Traffic Violation — Attach Registration License Plate Not Assigned.”
Goldsborough was booked into jail at 11:01 p.m. Sunday. He was released on his own recognizance at 5:59 Monday morning.
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