According to reports, Grady Hall, no address, failed a field sobriety test administered May 10 along Curry Street. He was transported to the ELPD, read the BMV 2255 form, which is associated with OVI, and given a breathalyzer test which registered a .204. No charges were listed on the report. The incident started as a domestic call at Midway Lane where the complainant, Elizabeth A. Lowe, reported Hall had been beating and kicking the door to her residence. Hall then reportedly got into his vehicle, spun the tires, which caused gravel to strike both the house and a vehicle owned by Hall's mother, causing damage. Tire marks were left in the driveway as well as a neighbor's property. With the officers on scene, Hall returned but when the officer attempted to flag him down, Hall reportedly sped past the officer, turning onto Curry, where he eventually was stopped. The officer reportedly smelled a strong odor of alcohol and spotted several closed bottles of beer on the passenger's side floor board. Hall was asked to exit the vehicle and the field sobriety test took place.