Police records show a New Jersey state trooper accused of driving drunk while on construction detail had a blood-alcohol level twice the legal limit when he crashed into another car at a rest stop on the Garden State Parkway last month.
Documents obtained by NJ.com through an open records request showed Sgt. 1st Class Michael Roadside's blood-alcohol level was 0.16 percent.
The driver of the other car claimed the trooper offered her $1,000 if she agreed not to report the incident.
Roadside was charged with DWI, careless driving and an open container of alcohol in a vehicle. A police report shows he threw up on himself while claiming he was under the influence of a recent surgery anesthetic. He remains suspended without pay.
His attorney, Robert Ebberup, says his client was a dedicated trooper for about 29 years and isn't commenting on the allegations.