Prairieville man headed to prison after fourth DWI

Prairieville man headed to prison after fourth DWI

PRAIRIEVILLE, LA (WVUE) - A Prairieville man was sentenced to at least three years in prison for his fourth DWI offense, the Assumption Parish District Attorney's office said.

Christopher Naquin, 32, pled guilty to a fourth DWI offense.

On March 28, 2015, Assumption Parish Sheriff's deputies were responded to a call in the 3900 block of Hwy 308 reporting a reckless driver. The driver struck a mailbox along Highway 308. When Naquin was pulled over, deputies immediately smelled a strong odor of alcohol on Naquin's breath.

While he was getting his insurance papers, deputies observed a spilled beer bottle on the rear floorboard of the car.

Naquin agreed to a sobriety tests, which he failed.

Naquin was arrested and taken to the Assumption Parish Detention Center.

Naquin offered an opportunity to take a chemical test, but he refused.

On June 20, Naquin sentenced to three years in jail without possibility of parole.

Another 10 years of the sentence are suspended, and when released, Naquin is sentenced to supervised probation for five years.

Naquin has 2 prior DWI convictions in Lafourche Parish and 1 prior DWI conviction is East Baton Rouge Parish.

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