This Week

Legless man and friend team up for DUI in Wisconsin – Two men from Dorchester, Wisconsin were charged with Wisconsin DUI for operating a 1985 Chevrolet truck at the same time. Harvey J. Miller, 43, has no legs so he steered the pick-up truck while Edwin H. Marzinske, 55, worked the brake and gas pedals. It was Miller’s third drunk driving arrest, and Marzinske’s second offense. Both were also cited for driving without a license. A third man in the truck, who was also drunk, was allowed to walk home.

Showing up drunk in court in Pennsylvania – Charles Shirey arrived at the Lebanon County Courthouse to be sentenced for his second Pennsylvania DUI conviction when a court official smelled alcohol. Shirey registered a blood-alcohol content of .154, nearly twice the legal limit. He is now due back in court to face charges of drinking while on probation.

Leaving signs for the police in Connecticut – Besides being passed out behind the wheel of his running car, Marco P. Leon, 24, left other clues about his lack of sobriety. Connecticut State troopers found a trail of vomit down the driver’s side door. There was also an open bottle of beer in the cup holder. Leon failed a breath test and was charged with misdemeanor driving while intoxicated.

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