Man Arrested for Driving a Snowmobile While under the Influence

Man Charged with Drunk Driving on Snowmobile

An Ohio man has been charged with operating a snowmobile while under the influence. Andrew Dalton, 24, was taken in by police when deputies saw Dalton retreating from a creek bed where a snowmobile was left. He reportedly refused a breath test and was arrested and then charged with OVI (Operating Vehicle under the Influence).

In 2011, Dalton was jailed after being convicted of a hit-skip violation (also known as hit-and-run), failure to yield from a private driveway, and for being an intoxicated pedestrian on a highway (Ohio Code 4511.481).

If you have been arrested for driving drunk, contact an experienced and skilled Ohio OVI/DUI attorney for legal assistance.

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