Monroe County Sheriff's deputies pulled over Theodore John Evans, 51, just before 11 p.m. Wednesday after receiving multiple calls saying a Toyota RAV4 was running red lights, not staying in its lane and passing other cars in no-passing zones.
"Evans’ eyes were bloodshot and watery. He behaved erratically, speaking quickly and nonsensically about how high and happy he was due to his use of a vape pen," the sheriff's office said.
Evans apparently admitted to being on drugs to authorities and failed a sobriety test, according to authorities.
Deputies discovered "marijuana candies, a glass pipe and a vape pen" inside Evans' vehicle.
Officials have charged Evans with driving under the influence (DUI). He is being held on $2,500 bail.