Everybody needs a good nap now and then, but for one Bayville man, some poor choices beforehand may cost him big.
Around 10:00 p.m on June 15., several police officers, including a sergeant and a detective, stopped in at the QuickChek off of Route 9 in Bayville.
They discovered a car in the lot with an unresponsive man lying inside and began to try to rouse him.
It must have been a rude awakening.
According to local media, a police investigation revealed that he was drunk, and police concluded that he had arrived at the QuickChek that way.
He was arrested and taken to police headquarters in Berkeley Township, where he was charged with DWI.
He was later released pending his court date, and his car was impounded pursuant to John’s Law.
Cases like this just go to show that a DWI can happen even while you’re sleeping it off.
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