By: Patti Weaver

(Stillwater, Okla.) — A Stillwater man with a history of substance abuse has been charged with drunk driving without a license on Highway 177 and 92nd Road in Perkins.

Dustin Duane Jones, 39, was ordered jailed on $15,000 bail pending his arraignment this week, court records show.

Jones was driving 95 mph in a posted 65 mph zone according to a radar check at 11:10 pm on March 26, Payne County Sheriff’s Deputy Justin Henninger alleged in an affidavit.

While Deputy Ryan Cooper approached the driver’s side of the Lexus, “I observed the passenger side windshield to be broken and pushed in,” Henninger wrote in his affidavit.

“I asked Dustin how much he had to drink and he told me only one beer. I asked him if he had any other alcoholic beverages this evening and he told he had approximately nine shots of alcohol,” Henninger alleged in his affidavit.

After being given field sobriety tests, Jones was arrested for driving under the influence, the affidavit said.

An Intoxilyzer test in Stillwater at 12:27 am on March 27 showed his blood alcohol to be .12, the affidavit alleged.

According to Payne County court records, Jones had previously been convicted of:

* marijuana possession in Stillwater in 2003, for which he was initially given a three-year deferred sentence, but after being terminated from Drug Court was jailed for 30 days followed by probation for four years and 11 months in 2005;

* drunk driving at Oklahoma State University in 2004, for which he was given a concurrent five years of probation in 2005;

* marijuana possession in Stillwater in 2005, for which he was given a concurrent 30-day jail term followed by four years and 11 months of probation in 2005;

* drunk driving in Stillwater in 2006, for which he was given 90 days in jail on nights and weekends followed by four years and nine months of probation in 2006;

* drunk driving as a misdemeanor in 2019, for which he was placed on probation for one year on July 6, 2020.