The affidavit continues that Hernandez slurred his speech and had a strong odor of alcohol. A preliminary breath test resulted with a .312 percent blood alcohol content. A Datamaster breath test at the Clinton County jail resulted in a .220 percent BAC, according to court documents.
Going armed with intent is a class D felony and carries as much as five years in prison and a fine between $750 and $7,500. Carrying a concealed weapon is a serious misdemeanor and public intoxication is a simple misdemeanor.
His preliminary hearing is set for 9:15 a.m. July 5.