A Villager’s troubled son was taken into custody at Sawgrass Grove Market.
Mark Regan, 36, of the Village of Hawkins, was arrested at 10:20 a.m. Friday by Sumter County sheriff’s deputies on a probation violation.
The Philadelphia native was bailed out of the Lake County Jail on Monday afternoon following his arrest within the wee hours Sunday on a cost of driving below the affect. As a result of he’s already on probation, Regan was re-arrested when he was discovered at Sawgrass Grove and booked with out bond on the Sumter County Detention Heart.
Regan had been driving for DoorDash when he pulled by means of a Leesburg Hardee’s drive-through lane in a Mazda sedan, in response to an arrest report from the Leesburg Police Division. The Hardee’s worker noticed an open bottle of liquor in Regan’s automotive and suggested him to drag over to a parking spot within the restaurant. The Hardee’s worker urged Regan ought to name somebody to select him up. Regan’s automotive remained within the close by parking spot for a couple of minutes, however when Regan tried to drive away, the fast-food employee referred to as 911.
An officer approached Regan’s automotive and noticed a crimson DoorDash bag on the floorboard. Regan confirmed he drives for the meals supply firm. The officer additionally noticed the open liquor bottle and it appeared Regan had been consuming. He was requested for his driver’s license, however Regan ceased making eye contact with the officer. A pockets containing Regan’s Pennsylvania driver’s license was discovered within the automotive.
Regan carried out poorly in subject sobriety workouts and offered breath samples that registered .309 and .317 blood alcohol content material. He was arrested on a cost of driving below the affect and booked on the Lake County Jail. He was launched after posting $1,000 bond.
In June, Regan was positioned on probation for six months and ordered to carry out 20 hours of group service in a hit-and-run case. He had been driving a Mazda sedan on Might 1 when he rear-ended a trailer being towed by a truck within the space of State Highway 44 and Powell Highway. His father helped police observe him down.