Texas State Rep. Dan Huberty arrested on DWI charge after crashing his Corvette

PORTER, Texas (KTRK) — A Texas State Agent is charged with DWI after a crash that hurt 3 individuals Friday night in Montgomery County.

Dan Huberty, a Houston Republican politician who represents Home District 127, was collared after the crash at FM 1314 and Valley Cattle ranch, according to the Montgomery County Precinct 4 Constable’s Workplace.

Deputy constables reacted to the crash around 9 p.m. and discovered Huberty’s Corvette under an SUV, authorities stated.

Huberty is implicated of stopping working to pick up a traffic signal prior to crashing into the SUV.

The 3 individuals in the SUV suffered small injuries however declined treatment, authorities stated. Huberty was not injured.

Authorities state Huberty was offered a field sobriety test at the scene and stopped working. He was collared, believed of DWI and bonded out of prison early today.

The Montgomery County District Lawyer’s workplace verifies to abc13 that Huberty was apprehended for driving while intoxicated last night.

“Last night I was driving under the influence of alcohol and involved in a minor automobile accident in Montgomery County,” Huberty, who has actually belonged to the Texas Home because 2011, published Saturday on Facebook. “Fortunately, no one was seriously injured. I regret my actions and apologize to my constituents and my family. I am seeking treatment options to begin today.”

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The Texas Tribune added to this report.

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