Celebs say the darndest things!
A woman drove home from the bar and parked two feet from the curb but wasn’t able to walk from there. She called 911 and told the operator she was “too damn drunk” to get out of her car.
An unnamed Swedish man was recently acquitted of by a Gothenburg court of appeals for DUI because he convinced the judge that he was asleep at the time that he was pulled over. Also he’s not the first Swede to get away with this unusual defense.
One thing people say about the Midwest is how nice people are there. One intoxicated Lincoln County, Wisconsin man proved no exception when he pulled up behind a police cruiser on the side of the road and offered his help. You might be able to guess what happened next.
Celebs can often get alcohol and drug charges reduced to court-ordered rehab, but does it get them clean and sober?
Well it’s not the highest blood alcohol level (BAC) ever, that “distinction” may go to a Polish man who registered a BAC of 2.23, but that guy was dead from a drunk-driving accident. Elin Peterson, who was arrested on Wednesday in Florida, was reportedly alive had a BAC of .41, more than four times the legal limit.
It’s September once again which means woe for kids going back to school and joy for most sports fans as a new NFL season begins. For the players, the season brings hope that good football will erase the following mishaps from popular memory, but we at Crime Library remember …
A Phoenix, Arizona, man accused of stealing a car, and hitting two pedestrians, one pregnant, allegedly told cops he had been in a nearby bar, where he drank 30 beers in the hours prior to the incident. The mind boggles.
It seems that being excellent at running and jumping doesn’t equal being good at avoiding legal trouble. A look at the arrest records of pro athletes in photos.
According to a police report filed on August 8, 2013, police in Indian River County pulled Devin Langford over on suspicion of DUI. The Deputy on the scene, Brian Bell noted that Langford had "red, glassy, and bloodshot eyes," slurred speech and "a plethora of empty beer cans" in his vehicle.