Arizona court documents show entertainer Glen Campbell had a blood-alcohol level of zero-point-two-zero percent when he was pulled over after an alleged hit-and-run accident. Police say the results are from a breath test. Blood tests are not in yet. Campbell allegedly struck another car while driving drunk and left the scene, then later kneed a police officer while demanding to see the police chief. The Delight, Arkansas, native was freed early today on two-thousand dollars bail. Campbell has acknowledged years of heavy drinking and drug use and discussed his decision to quit drinking and drugs in an interview with The Associated Press in August. He called drugs "a tool of the devil.