Man in Wheelchair Gets Georgia DUI

A Moultrie man was arrested for operating a motorized wheelchair while intoxicated on October 29. Around 9:30 pm, police were alerted to a man panhandling at a gas station. When they arrived at the station, the officers were told the man had wheeled away.
After a brief search, the officers located David Howard Popper in a wheelchair without lights. Under Georgia law a personal mobility vehicle is required to have such a light when operated 30 minutes after sunset. As the police were interviewing Popper they detected alcohol on his breath. When Popper, 49, confirmed that he had consumed two beers, the officers arrested him for GA DUI and transported him for booking at the Colquitt County Jail.

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