Lumberton police made two felony DWI arrests on the same day. On the morning of November 29, a Lumberton police officer observed a green Chevrolet Tahoe swerving on the road.
The driver was identified as David Shay Davis, 33 of Beaumont and police say that he was on parole for a felony DWI.
It was reported that the suspect failed the field sobriety test and police believed he may have been under the influence of Xanax.
The suspect provided a blood specimen and cooperated with police. He was arrested and charged with DWI Third or More and transported to the Hardin County Jail.
Later that night, Lumberton police made another felony DWI arrest. Police responded to a vehicle wreck on LHS Drive around 6 p.m. It was reported that a man identified as Michael Joseph Fasulo, 36 of Lumberton, rear-ended another vehicle and there were no serious injuries.
Police suspected that he was under the influence and they obtained a search warrant for a blood specimen that was taken at Altus Emergency Center. According to police, he was already on probation for a felony DWI. The suspect was booked into the Hardin County Jail on a DWI Third or More charge.