Tiger Woods was asleep at the wheel, cops say

By: Andy Slater 

New details are emerging about the DUI arrest of Tiger Woods in Jupiter, FL.

According to documents, cops found Woods asleep at the wheel at 2:03 a.m. on Monday morning.

Woods' car was stopped in the middle of the road, as I first reported on Tuesday morning.

Police released photos of his car on Wednesday, showing it was damaged. 

When officers woke him up, Woods had extremely slow and slurred speech.

He told the cops he was coming from California from golfing. Officers say Woods then changed his story about where he was going and where he was coming from. He also said he did not know where he was.

Woods asked police how far away from his house he was, the document says.

Woods did not perform well on many of the roadside DUI exercises. When asked if he understood the instructions to recite the alphabet backwards, Woods said "yes, recite the entire national anthem backwards," the document shows. 

In a statement released on Monday, Woods claimed that there was no alcohol involved and rather it was prescription medication that caused the incident. 

A breathalyzer test was given to Woods after he agreed to it. Woods had no alcohol in his system. He blew a 0.00 twice. 

Police say Woods was cooperative with them as much as possible.

Woods was cited for improper parking along with the DUI.

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(Photo: Palm Beach Corrections, Jupiter PD)