Police: Boise Man, Charged With DUI, Blew .271/.268 BACs


A Boise man is behind bars, charged with felony DUI, after Boise Police say he crashed his vehicle into a guard rail.

Police were summoned to the intersection of South Cloverdale Road and West Peppermint Drive in the evening hours of Dec. 11. That's where the suspect had slammed his vehicle into a guard rail. The driver failed several field sobriety tests, blowing blood alcohol levels of .271. and .268. He also had two previous DUI convictions in the last ten years.

In Idaho, a blood alcohol content of .08 or above is considered impaired, and legally drunk.

49-year-old Robert Goodall of Boise was charged with felony Driving Under the Influence.