During the course of the investigation, the officer determined he had reasonable cause to believe Davis was driving while impaired. Davis refused to a field sobriety test and state-administered chemical tests, Lyon said.
Davis’ Georgia drivers license was confiscated and sent to the state. She was taken to the Atlanta jail on charges of DUI, failure to maintain lane and reckless driving, according to Lyon.
In a statement, the Fox 5 vice president of news wrote, “We are aware of the situation and we are currently investigating,” according to Channel 2 Action News. Davis has been at Fox 5 since 1986 and co-anchors the station’s news at 6 p.m and 10 p.m.
The other driver involved in the crash was taken to Grady Memorial Hospital after complaining of injuries, according to Channel 2. Davis bonded out of jail on Sunday morning, Channel 2 reported.