Articles Tagged with alcohol

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A Florida man driving a truck with a “Don’t Drink and Drive” bumper sticker was accused of ignoring the message and causing a 3-car accident.

Just after 8:00 pm on November 22, a Largo resident was reportedly driving a truck at an estimated speed of 35-40 mph when his vehicle crashed into the back of a car that was idle behind another stopped vehicle.

From the strong impact of being rear-ended at that speed, the first car was lurched forward and smashed into the car in front of it.

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Early on Sunday morning, the New York City Metro Police received a report about a man who was at the corner of 5th Avenue South and Broadway allegedly causing a scene by being combative with a hot dog vendor.

When officers arrived at the location they noted that the vendor’s stand was knocked over.

The authorities began to speak with the stand operator, who said that he does not intend to pursue charges for the incident, and the man informed them that the suspect approached him and began acting in a belligerent and hostile manner. During the altercation, the suspect allegedly expressed his frustration by grabbing hold of the hot dog cart and flipping it over.

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When a driver was found with cases of liquor filling the passenger side of his vehicle during a traffic stop, he was placed under arrest for allegedly violating a Massachusetts law limiting the amount one is able to carry.

Around 7:30 pm on November 9, an officer’s attention was caught by a driver changing lanes on I-495 in a manner that he felt was improper. When it was reportedly noticed that the vehicle’s inspection tags had not been properly renewed since June 2017 he decided to pull him over.

After he approached the Chevy Suburban, the trooper reported that he saw cases of alcohol stacked on the floor of the passenger side which nearly reached the roof of the SUV. The cases allegedly held many bottles, an estimated $36,000 worth, of different spirits such as Jameson, Jack Daniels, and Ketel One.

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An Arizona man is suspected of stealing several cases of beer from the same market that he reportedly visited 17-times during an eight-day period late in July.

The QuikTrip Market in Mesa, Arizona, reported that they were missing an estimated $1100 worth of their beer inventory at the end of July.

When the authorities were notified about the situation and started to investigate the source of the missing alcohol, they reviewed the market’s surveillance videos from the time period in question in an attempt to track down the suspect with the purportedly sticky fingers.

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A 20-year-old University of Iowa student allegedly presented an identification card to the police with the name “McLovin” on it when he was reportedly drinking in a bar.

Around 12:30 am on October 11, the police went into the Airliner Bar to check the premises.

When they came upon Daniel Burleson, who they believed was underage but was allegedly carrying around an alcoholic beverage and wearing a bar-issued wristband, the officers started to question him. While they were speaking with Burleson he reportedly told them he was indulging in a vodka-based drink. When they asked him to show his ID card, Burleson allegedly denied the request resulting in his being taken out of the establishment by the police.

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A homeless man who asked a woman to date him allegedly pulled a machete out of his belt and frightened her after she denied his request for her exclusive company.

Around 7:00 pm on October 4, 55-year-old Leonard Thomas from Clearwater, Florida, was reportedly spending time with a female acquaintance.

During their time together Thomas allegedly verbalized a desire to date the woman, and she reportedly expressed that she was not interested in his proposal.

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A man was arrested on Sunday after police reported that he called to let them know that he was in possession of marijuana.

21-year-old Joshua Simmons is documented as a homeless man in the St. Petersburg area of Florida.

Just before 11:00 pm on Sunday, Simmons reportedly dialed 911 and informed the operator that he was carrying drugs.

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Two suspects who were reportedly under the influence of alcohol were arrested after they were accused of having a sexual encounter in a yard that belonging to someone they did not know.

A Key West resident was enjoying a Monday afternoon by relaxing with a book when she allegedly overheard an argument coming from the area outside her window.

When the woman went to inspect the source of the purported dispute, instead of finding a fight in progress she allegedly spotted a man and woman partaking in sexual intercourse against a wall in the yard on the side of her home.

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After a reunion visit between two former neighbors, one of the women is facing charges for allegedly causing brutal injuries to her friend, including biting off a chunk of her ear.

Around 1:30 am on September 17, a man who lives in a downstairs apartment believed he heard a ruckus coming from an upstairs unit. The man became concerned when he reportedly heard what sounded like a serious dispute causing someone to cry out for help.

The neighbor notified the authorities about the incident, and when the police got to the location that the man reported they said it sounded like a woman trying to yell for help.

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A man who was the alleged victim of domestic violence accused his girlfriend of attacking him with the gusto and style of professional wrestler Stone Cold Steve Austin.

On August 17, the St. Lucie Sheriff’s Office sent deputies to a home with a reported domestic disturbance taking place. When they arrived, deputies found 23-year-old Chastity Bodnar and her 26-year-old boyfriend Coty Lee Havens inside the dwelling.

While collecting a statement from Havens about what had taken place, the man said he and his girlfriend had gotten into an argument when he offered her unsolicited advice by telling her that she consumes alcohol in excess.