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Report: Jailer gets DUI after driving 122 mph on I-75
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A Monroe County jailer lost his job after being charged with DUI.

According to the incident report, Cameron Michael Foister, 21, was pulled over after a Loudon County deputy with a radar gun clocked him going 122 mph on I-75S near the Sugar Limb exit.

When the car stopped, the deputy noticed a strong odor of alcohol coming from the vehicle.

Foister told the deputy he was leaving a Knoxville bar after drinking three shots and three beers. He then failed a field sobriety test.

The deputy arrested Foister for DUI and possessing a weapon while under the influence.

The sheriffs department confirmed to 10News that Foister is no longer employed with the department.


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