The Tennessee Highway Patrol has declined a request to release video of Roane County Commissioner Greg Ferguson’s March 2 traffic stop in Midtown.
“It is evidence and subject to discovery,” Lt. Bill Miller said. “Also, we cannot release until it has been adjudicated because we cannot risk tainting a possible jury.”
Ferguson was charged with DUI following the traffic stop.
Trooper Alexander Evans said he smelled the odor of an alcoholic beverage emitting from Ferguson’s vehicle.