Michigan State Representative Jewell Jones (D-Inkster) was found with his pants down with a woman when he was arrested three weeks ago in Livingston County, according to a report from Michigan Information & Research Service (MIRS).
The Michigan lawmaker was brought up on obstruction and weapons charges and was seen resisting arrest in dashcam footage during the traffic stop, in which he is also accused of trying to use his position as a lawmaker to get out of the arrest, saying he would call Gov. Gretchen Whitmer on them during the stop.
A paramedic on scene had observed the woman's pants were down and Jones' pants were partially down, according to the report.
The woman was eventually placed in an ambulance after it was determined she was unable to stand on her own, had vomited, and was essentially unresponsive.
It was later revealed that Jones had a blood alcohol content level of more than .17, twice the legal limit.
Jones, who represents Garden City, Inkster, and portions of Dearborn Heights, Livonia, and Westland in the state's 11th district was brought up on felony and misdemeanor charges April 16 after he crashed his car on I-96 in Livingston County earlier this month.
They include four counts of resisting and obstructing a police officer, operating a vehicle with a high blood alcohol content and operating while intoxicated, reckless driving, and possession of a weapon while under the influence of alcohol.
Jones is serving his third term in the Michigan state House ...