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Westlake man arrested for fourth DWI

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A Westlake man was booked with fourth-offense DWI Friday night after he crashed his car, Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's deputies say.

Logan Lejeune, 29, was found with his truck, which had run off the road and struck a mailbox, tree and fence. Deputies say they smelled alcohol on Lejeune's breath, and noted slurred speech, glassy eyes and unsteady gait. Lejeune allegedly told police he drank about two six-packs prior to driving the truck that evening, a spokeswoman said. 

Lejeune refused to do a field sobriety test. He was arrested and given a breath test, which allegedly showed he was over the legal limit.

Lejeune was booked into the Calcasieu Correctional Center with fourth-offense DWI and careless operation. His last arrest for DWI was in 2013, deputies say.

Lejeune's bond was set at $27,500 and a judge ordered that he can't drive without an ignition interlock device and a valid driver's license. The judge also told him he is not allowed to drink while out on bond. 

CPSO Deputy Cpl. Travis Killmer is the arresting deputy on this case.

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