Colt Brennan's blood alcohol level was more than twice the legal limit when he was arrested last Wednesday night in Kailua, according to documents from the Driver's License Revocation Office.
He was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving and promotion of a dangerous drug, according to police.
On July 25 just before 11:30 p.m., Brennan was stopped by police near the 7-Eleven store on Kailua Road and Uluoa Street.
Police said that Brennan had a circular sway while standing on the sidewalk during his sobriety field test. Officers could also smell alcohol and marijuana on Brennan and said he had glassy and red bloodshot eyes. Brennan failed the sobriety test.
Brennan agreed to a breath test and had a blood alcohol level of 0.171. The legal limit in Hawaii is 0.08.
Officers found a green translucent bag on the driver's seat that appeared to contain a white powdery substance they believed was an illicit drug.
Brennan's license will be revoked for a year starting on August 25.
Brennan must report to the Division of Driver Education and must obtain an ignition interlock permit to operate a vehicle with an ignition interlock device.
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