Drunken Man Urinates on York Intermediate School Property

A North Carolina man has been charged with driving under the influence and indecent exposure after police report that he urinated outsideSC DUI Attorney of the York Intermediate School last Monday afternoon.  The police arrived after a telephone call from a school resource officer, who reported that a man was standing outside of his gold Kia van urinating on the grassy field outside of the school.

When officers arrived, they found the 44-year-old Gastonia, North Carolina man inside of the van.  Police report that when they commanded the man to exit the car, he ignored such commands, and finally opened the car door.  Inside the vehicle, police found two cans of Bud Light and a can of Four Loko alcohol.

As the man was questioned by officers, he was reported to have slurred speech and was “swaying back and forth.”  The report further states that as the man was attempting to pull his wallet from his back pocket, he nearly toppled over.  After this activity took place, police administered a few breath-tests, and the man was thereafter arrested.  He was charged with violation of an open container law, indecent exposure, and DUI, and is being held at the York County Detention Center.

Police arrested Hensley, charging him with open container, indecent exposure and driving under the influence, according to his booking report. He is currently held at the York County Detention Center.

If you have been charged with a DUI or DUI related charge, call the law offices of Reeves, Aiken & Hightower, LLP at our Fort Mill, South Carolina office at 803-548-4444, or toll-free at 877-374-5999.


Man Riding Horse Leads Police on Drunken Pursuit

A strange turn of events took place in Florida after a drunk man fled from police.  The Police Station had been receiving complaints about an Blog-Handcuff and Jeansintoxicated man riding erratically around town, and they eventually went to investigate.  The twist to the story is that the man was not operating a motor vehicle; he was riding on the back of a horse.   Police located the man crossing a street, and the officer thereafter activated his lights attempting to pull the man over.

After instructing the man to dismount the horse, the man took off running from the officers while still on the horse.  The police continued to pursue the man with emergency lights on, but without sirens to prevent frightening the horse.  After about a half hour, the horse became exhausted, and thereafter the man took off running on foot.  He was finally captured by police, and charged with disorderly conduct, resisting arrest, and cruelty to animals.  However, he was not charged with DWI due to the fact that you cannot be charged with such a crime while riding on a horse.  The charge of DWI on a horse does not exist in North Carolina either due to the fact that a horse does not qualify as a vehicle according to the NC DWI statute.

If you or a loved one has been charged with DWI in North Carolina, contact the law offices of Reeves, Aiken & Hightower, LLP for a confidential consultation.  You can reach us by calling 704-499-9000, or toll-free at 877-374-5999.