GROVE – A Delaware County man was arrested Sunday morning on several drug and alcohol complaints, said Grove Police Chief Mark Morris.

Colby Marvin Miller, 40, was arrested around 2 a.m. on complaints of driving under the influence, transporting an open container of beer, possession of drug paraphernalia and marijuana and received a warning for driving left of center.

Miller was released from the Delaware County jail on $2,811 bail.  Charges are expected to be filed after the district attorney’s office reviews the investigative reports.

Police stopped Miller after the vehicle he was driving went left of center line traveled off the roadway, according to a statement released by Morris. 

Miller told police he had “one sip” when asked if he had been drinking. Miller failed three sobriety tests at the scene.

Police searched Miller’s vehicle and found an open container of beer, a small smoke pipe and “possible marijuana residue in the bottle” where the pipe was stored. 

Due to a malfunctioning breath test Miller consented to a blood test, but later refused.