CENTRAL, La. (BRPROUD) – The Central Police Department responded to reports of an impaired driver on Wednesday afternoon.

The call came in around 3:30 p.m. about that impaired driver going “southbound on Greenwell Springs Rd.,” according to the Central Police Department.

The vehicle was driven by Matthew Alexander Sibley.

Central PD said, “The vehicle was observed to cross the center line multiple times, once nearly striking an oncoming school bus.”

Eventually officers found Sibley at a local gas station.

Sibley was given field sobriety tests and those did not go well.

The driver refused to take a blood alcohol concentration test.

Sibley was then arrested for DWI.

Further investigation uncovered that Sibley had “an active felony warrant out of Livingston Parish,” according to the Central Police Department.

The warrant was issued by the Denham Springs Police Department.

Sibley was booked into the East Baton Rouge Parish Prison on the same day he was arrested by the Central Police Department.

The driver was released from jail on the following day.