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I was parked on the side of the street in a residential neighborhood and fell asleep at the wheel while the engine was running. Apparently a resident alerted the police to the situation, and they arrived and woke me up. They suspected I had been drinking and asked to do a preliminary breathalyzer, which I refused per my rights. Then the officer asked me to do the FST's and I did out of fear that they would haul me in if I didn't. They didn't satisfy the officer. I had surgery for an ACL tear the year before and have had balance issues, so it may have hindered my performance. So did the officer even have probable cause to "stop" me when he was called to a scene where a crime wasn't being committed? I wasn't charged with anything other than a DWI. No illegal parking, nothing.