Jackson police arrested an allegedly intoxicated man who was accused of racing riding lawn mowers with an associate Saturday night. 35-year old Jeremy Tyson Cook of Jackson is charged with felony driving while intoxicated as a chronic offender. His bond was set at $35,000 cash or surety. Police responded about 1:30 a.m. to the area near the intersection of Greensferry Road and Maryland Street. A caller said two subjects were operating four-wheelers in a public roadway and being “extremely loud. A probable-cause statement filed by Jackson police says two people were in the roadway in what appeared to be an accident with two John Deere riding lawn mowers. Officers detected a strong odor of alcoholic beverages emitting from Cook. Cook showed signs of impairment in the field-sobriety tests, and a breath test tested positive for alcohol. A search showed Cook’s driving status was revoked in December 2006. Cook pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated in November 2006 in Bollinger County Court. He pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter in March 2001 in Bollinger County Court after a fatal accident in December 2000.