From there, they told us that Hunt left The Ainsworth around 11:30 p.m., got into a supermarket and continued his night at a bar called Tin Roof.
Police identified the driver as Sam Hunt, smelling of alcohol and having bloodshot eyes with two empty beers next to him, investigators said.
As officers showed up in the area, they allegedly found Hunt's vehicle going the wrong way.
The country star, 34, was driving the wrong way on a road in East Nashville, according to a report by WKRN-TV, the ABC affiliate in Nashville.
Hunt was the only person in the vehicle at the time; court documents reveal he admitted to consuming alcohol "recently".
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Police found 2 empty beer cans in the auto and his BAC was a.173 and bail was set at $2,500.
In response to the affidavit, he then tried to current the police his bank card and passport as a substitute of his driver's license, which was sitting on his lap.
The police gave Hunt a field sobriety test, which was recorded on their dashcam video.
An official court date has been set for January 17, 2020.
Hunt was released Thursday morning on a $2,500 bond. He has earned extra than one awards and nominations for his musical efforts alongside side Most attention-grabbing Recent Artist on the American Music Awards in 2015.
A four-time Grammy Award nominee, Singer Hunt published his UMG Nashville debut, "Montevallo", in 2014. The new reports about the Drinkin' Too Much singer Sam Hunt state that, the singer was showing signs of impairment on tests which were done by the cops.