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Two men arrested for driving same vehicle while intoxicated
#290787 08/28/07 11:18 AM
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This was in a local newspaper. I guess Rednecks are all over. for those who don't know this was in the center of the state.

ABBOTSFORD — Two Dorchester men were arrested for operating the same vehicle while intoxicated in the Abbotsford area. Harvey J. Miller, 43, who has no legs, was steering the 1985 Chevrolet truck from the driver's seat while Edwin H. Marzinske, 55, operated the brake and gas pedals, according to the Colby/Abbotsford Police report.

They were headed northbound on Hiline Avenue in Abbotsford when police pulled them over at 2:40 a.m. Aug. 18.

Miller admitted he was too drunk to drive but argued he wasn't operating the vehicle because he couldn't push the pedals. Miller was issued a citation for a third drunk driving offense, while Marzinske was cited for a second. Both men were also cited for operating after revocation.

A third drunk man in the vehicle walked himself home after the incident.


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Sure, just give em a citation and let em go along their happy drunk way, only to drive drunk again. The first two should on foot ...er uh ... or in a wheel chair, like the third man.


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I bet the cops had fun writing that one up.

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